The majestic eagle species have proudly been the national symbol of the United States since 1782. Representing courage, fortitude, and pride, these amazing species were originally a native to North America abundantly found in Alaska and various states of Canada. Although one can easily spot these birds in every state across the United States. Bald eagles mostly eat fish and prolific hunters. Besides this, the birds are deft in building durable nests out of twigs and leaves. In general, they build up nests in higher grounds (mostly on tree-tops), situated near to the water bodies. These magnificent eagles use a single nest for a long period of time strengthening it every year by adding more twigs and branches to it.