Googling leads to results such as this:
DIET Eagles primarily eat fish, carrion, smaller birds and rodents. Eagles are also known to prey on large birds and large fish.
POPULATION Bald eagle numbers in the U.S. were estimated to be between 300,000-500,000 in the 1700s. Numbers were once as low as 500 nesting pairs in the lower 48 states. Bald eagle numbers have rebounded since and now the lower 48 states boast over 5,000 nesting pairs. There are a total of about 70,000 bald eagles in the whole of North America (Including Alaska and Canada).
RANGE Bald eagles live near bodies of water in Canada and Alaska, and in scattered locations all throughout the lower 48 states and Mexico.
I would like to find something like this but with more detail, perhaps scholarly papers or such like that, like you might find on a synopsis/summary article for a specific protein. Wondering if anything like this exists.
Examples of "facts" I would like to look up:
- food sources
- population size
- lifespan range
Stuff you see like this has few if any citations where they get the info from.