Bald Eagles have a very distinct look. The female bald eagles are slightly bigger than males. Their bodies can be three feet long, and their wingspan can be eight feet across. That’s about the distance from the floor to the ceiling!
This bird is recognizable by its jet-black feathers, yellow eyes, and bright red throat. Their bill is black with a low casque ridge at its base. Southern Ground-Hornbill adult males have red bare facial skin while females have a patch of dark violet blue on the throat.