George Washington judged the bald eagle as a symbol of America.
Benjamin Franklin wanted a turkey instead of a bald eagle for the national symbol.
Yes. The bald eagle is the national bird of the United States.
The bald eagle is our national bird aka mascot
the bald eagle i leared it in science
Our founding fathers
Ben Franklin objected to the use of the bald eagle as the national symbol because it is a scavenger and sometimes vicious. He suggest the turkey as the national symbol.
He thought because the bald eagle sometimes rob ospreys of their fish, they were not noble enough to be our national symbol.
The bald eagle is the national bird and national symbol of the United States.
because it is the U.S. national bird...and some what of a national symbol
The national bird is the bald eagle.
The bald eagle has been the national bird of the United States since 1782. Famously, Benjamin Franklin preferred the wild turkey as a national symbol. The bald eagle first appeared as a symbol of America on a copper cent minted in Massachusetts in 1776! Happily, the bald eagle was recently removed from the Endangered Species list.
The Flag of the United States. The bald eagle is also a popular symbol.
yes, the bald eagle is a symbol of strength. it is also a symbol of honor.
Turkey he thought the bald eagle was a symbol of laziness
Ben Franklin is the forefather that chose it. He chose it because the bald eagle symbol was so poorly made it looked like a turkey so he made the national symbol the "turkey".
Yes, the bald eagle is America's symbol, but the Statue of Liberty is also a symbol of America.
False, the Bald Eagle is the National Symbol of the US.
The bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is the symbol/national animal of the United States.
The Bald eagle is our national symbol. The eagle is highly regarded for it's sharp vision- and sharper talons!
The Continental Congress adopted the bald eagle as the national bird on June 20, 1782.The Bald Eagle officially became the emblem of The United States of America on June 20, 1782.The bald eagle became the national bird in 1782. This is the same year that the national seal was adopted, which had an eagle on it.June 20, 1782.Since 1782
because its bold and free like the USA