They sport a white head and tail, long brown feathers along their bodies, and yellow beaks and talons. Bald eagle nests are some of the world’s biggest. The largest on record was 9.5 feet wide, 20 feet high and weighed more than 2 tons!
Look no further. Connect with our amazing animals and learn about the wild places they come from.
Everyone has the power to help save wild things and wild places. That power is your individual voice, your awareness and your actions. So in addition to visiting the Zoo and meeting our animal ambassadors, here are a few simple suggestions that will help save their counterparts in the wild:
The Animal Amigo program helps care for all of the animals at the Zoo by funding food, medical treatment, equipment, enrichment toys, and habitat improvement for the animals in our care. For a donation of $100 or more, you can sponsor a bald eagle at the Indianapolis Zoo. You will receive a plush, collector card, certificate and recognition on the Animal Amigo donor board!Learn More