The answer to the question regarding how many eggs a female bald eagle lay at a time is letter D or two to three. Bald eagles are predatory birds primarily found in North America. They feed on fish by swooping down and snatching them from the water using their talons. Although called bald eagles, they are really not bald – their name is derived from the older word which loosely translates to “white headed” birds.
They can start mating at the early age of four when their sexual maturity begins and they mate for life. When a male and a female bald eagle undergo a successful copulation, the female bald eagle then lays one to three eggs consecutively ten days after their copulation – these eggs have a size of about 2 ¼ by 3 inches and weigh about 4.5 ounce.