How to Draw a Bald Eagle
This tutorial shows how to draw a bald eagle step by step, with many basic shapes and only a few that overlap each other. Young students should practice these concepts before moving on to the next. Older students could add a little more shadow, as shown in the sample drawing.
How to Draw a Bald Eagle is part of our weekly Newsquiz, in which we put your animal knowledge to the test.
Start with the body, then add the feathers, and finish with the beak. Time required: 30 minutes. How to Draw an Eagle: Trace with marker and color.
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How do you draw a bald eagle easy?
- Draw a branch.
- Begin the body.
- Draw the top of the head.
- Draw the bottom feathers.
- Add the beak.
- Finish the face, add wing lines.
- Finish the beak. Draw two claws.
What eats the bald eagle?
Due to the bald eagle’s large size and predatory prowess, only a few animals can prey on them; however, some animals, such as squirrels, raccoons, ravens, and great horned owls, will attack nests and feed on eggs or nestlings.
Who eats a eagle?
Humans, hawks, and raccoons are some of the predators of Eagles.
What does an eagle live in?
Bald eagles can be found in the wild from the Mexican border north through Canada, in their North American habitat, which is defined as a place where an animal or plant usually lives or grows. They prefer to live near water, such as marshes, lakes, and coasts, and build their nests in tall forest trees or cliffs near the water.