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National American Eagle Day is celebrated on June 20 to honour the US emblem and national pride.
The Second Continental Congress chose bald eagles as the national symbol on June 20, 1782.
The day also promotes educational outreach while supporting the restoration of their natural ecosystems.
Participating in the Educational Programs, Posting ideas, Keeping water and food for the birds in this day
The picture of a bald eagle is used in the great seal which appears in all the official documents of the United States
It also appears in logos, seals, stamps and other prominent official documents.
Golden and bald eagles were revered as mystical messengers between God and humans. worshipped wings as guardians.
To conserve, rehabilitate, and educate the public about bald eagles and other prey birds.