There are more than 100 different species of birds in Seattle.
And of those, some are particularly attractive.
Take this photo of a bald eagle.
It’s one of the few things that makes us smile when we think of a Seattle bird.
But how do bald eagles feel about birds?
How do they think?
The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) recently put out a call for responses.
“Bald eagles are a very popular attraction and are a natural attraction for people,” said SDOT spokeswoman Liz Williams.
“It’s a great place to visit and it’s a place people come to when they’re looking for a bird to see.”
The agency says that they’re often asked if bald eagle owners know what they’re doing and if they want to know if they’re getting rid of them.
The answer: yes.
But they also say that they have no way of knowing if the eagle is doing what it’s supposed to be doing.
It can be pretty tough for owners to get rid of their birds.
“There’s no way to say how bald ears are doing because they’re not natural,” said Williams.
Williams said they’re able to tell that a bird is bald by its plumage.
“And if they have a little bit of yellow on their wing, it’s probably not bald,” she said.
It makes it difficult to say whether the bird is a healthy bald eagle or a sick bird.
And it can also be difficult for owners of the same bird to identify what is causing the problem.
“People will just tell you, ‘Oh, that’s the bald eagle,'” said Williams, “and that’s not really helpful.”
She added that she understands why people might think it’s not healthy for an eagle to be bald.
“We don’t want them to get any of that food that’s coming from the ground,” she added.
“So that’s why I think they’re so valuable to us, and I think the best way to tell if an eagle is healthy or sick is to see it.”
The best way for you to tell an eagle that you’re getting a bald bird is to make sure it is.
If you have any questions about the eagle, ask.
SDOT says that it will help you identify and remove bald eared birds, but it doesn’t give out exact numbers on how many bald eares are killed each year.
They do say, however, that if you’re trying to save the bird, it might be worth it to keep it for a while.
“If you can help save it, it makes sense to do that,” said Rebecca Schofield, a wildlife ecologist at the University of Washington.
She said that if an owner wants to get their bird back, they’ll want to keep their eagle for a few days.
“A good rule of thumb is to let the eagle rest, and then when you see it, remove it,” said Schofild.
“You want to get a bird that’s as healthy as possible and then you can see what the health of the eagle was.”
You can also check on the health status of bald eaglets with the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife.
If they’re healthy, they may be released into the wild.
But if they aren’t healthy, and they don’t seem to be showing signs of recovery, they should be removed.
If an eagle’s health has improved, it can be released back into the area.