As mentioned, the crop is too tight.
The wings are also in a very unappealing position. In addition, you are looking up at the bird and the face is covered by shadow.
Generally, it's best to try and shoot them closer to eye level, have nicer light on the face (more eye contact is going to give even more intimacy with the viewer) and have wings up, down, sideways straight, but this kind of bent position is not very pleasing aesthetically.
You will have no issues improving your stuff with your gear and bald eagles.