Eagle in Flight Original Large Wildlife Clear Sculpture
The Bald Eagle Landing
Living near a constant source of water, bald eagles feast on fish, ducks, snakes and turtles. They will also eat rabbits, muskrats, and dead animals. Utilizing their acute sense of sight and powerful talons, bald eagles attack their prey by swooping down on them at an angle.
The Bald Eagle dwarfs most other raptors, including the Turkey Vulture and Red-tailed Hawk. It has a heavy body, large head, and long, hooked bill. In flight, a Bald Eagle holds its broad wings flat like a board.
Adult Bald Eagles have white heads and tails with dark brown bodies and wings. Their legs and bills are bright yellow. Immature birds have mostly dark heads and tails; their brown wings and bodies are mottled with white in varying amounts. Young birds attain adult plumage in about five years.
Traditional clear lead free crystal made in Maleras Sweden.
Eagle in Flight Original Large Wildlife Clear Cast crystal sculpture with engraved and sandblasted motif.
This sculpture of Eagle in Flight Original Large is handmade in Sweden and signed on the bottom and designed by Mats Jonasson, Colour: Clear, Art No 33894.