The natural range of the bald eagle is most of North America, including most of Canada and Alaska, all of the contiguous United States, and northern Mexico. It is the only sea eagle endemic to North America.
The majority of bald eagles in Canada are found along the British Columbia coast while large populations are found in the forests of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario.
In the United States, bald eagles are found in all 50 states, but they are most common in the eastern half of the country. They are also found in Alaska, California, and the Pacific Northwest.
Bald eagles are found near large bodies of water, where they eat fish. They also eat other animals, such as small mammals, birds, and reptiles.