How big do bald eagles get?

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    Females are larger, with a body length of 35 to 37 inches and a wingspan of 79 to 90 inches. Smaller males have a body length of 30 to 34 inches, and a wingspan of 72 to 85 inches. Their average weight is between 10 and 14 pounds.

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    I general their bodies are 34 to 43 in (86 to 109 cm), while their wingspan takes them to 6 to 8 ft (1.8 to 2.4). Another estimate is a body length of 70–102 centimeters (28–40 in), a wingspan of up to 2.44 m (96 in), and a mass of 2.5–7 kilograms (5.5–15 lb); with females are about 25 percent larger than males.

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    Bald eagles can grow to a body length of 28–40 inches, a wingspan of up to 96 inches, and a weight of 5.5–15 lb. Females are usually 25% larger than males.

    The largest bald eagle nest on record was 9.5 feet wide and 20 feet high. It weighed more than two tons.

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    Female bald eagles are larger than males. The average length for bald eagles is 31 inches, the average wingspan is 80 inches, and their average weight is about 9.5 pounds. Bald eagles do not actually get their bald or white head and tail until they are about 4 to 6 years old.

    National Audubon Society. The Sibley Guide to Birds. David Allen Sibley. 2000

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