Esther the Eaglet
Title Esther the Eaglet PDF eBook
Author Christie Gove-Berg
Publisher Adventure Publications
Pages 65
Release 2015-03-02
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 1591935237

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Esther the eaglet is learning to fly when she falls from her nest. She is alone and injured. Who will help the baby eagle? With real bald eagle pictures, this true story explains how raptor centers and rehabilitation teams rescue and treat injured birds. Their goal is to release bald eagles and other birds back into the wild to live successful, natural lives. Esther's story is just such a success!



Beauty and the Beak
Title Beauty and the Beak PDF eBook
Author Deborah Lee Rose
Publisher Persnickety Press
Pages 0
Release 2019
Genre Bald eagle
ISBN 9781725427396

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The true story of Beauty the eagle's rescue and rehabilitation. Beauty has been featured on Nat Geo WILD TV's Unlikely Animal Friends, in the National Wildlife Federation's Ranger Rick magazine, and on the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) EngineerGirl website.



Reporter to the Rescue
Title Reporter to the Rescue PDF eBook
Author J.L. Anderson
Publisher Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Pages 32
Release 2019-08-11
Genre Juvenile Fiction
ISBN 1731616023

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Bald Eagle is determined to get the scoop after hearing a mysterious roar in the forest. Readers in kindergarten to grade 2 will follow along with the eager eagle reporter as he follows a tip that leads to something unexpected. This scoop has a twist! There’s breaking news in the animal kingdom and the WILD Action News Team has the scoop! Each book in this fun-to-read chapter book series features an animal main character that gives an interview, revealing interesting information about its species. This series also introduces young readers to basic journalism concepts.



Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Worker
Title Wildlife Rescue and Rehabilitation Worker PDF eBook
Author Ruth Bjorklund
Publisher Cavendish Square Publishing, LLC
Pages 64
Release 2014-01-01
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN 1627124721

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This book about wildlife rescue and rehabilitation is a great way to give young readers a true glimpse into the world of animal care. It includes information on training and education, job duties, and career path opportunities. Lively text profiles professionals on the job, and also delves into the emotional side of a career committed to serving animals. Students will learn what classes to take and activities to participate in to prepare for each profession through dynamic text and informational photographs, biographies, glossary, and case studies.



The Bald Eagle
Title The Bald Eagle PDF eBook
Author Steve Potts
Publisher Capstone
Pages 52
Release 1999-09
Genre
ISBN 9780736884839

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Details the characteristics, habitat, and life cycle of the bald eagle. Includes photo diagram.



The Bald Eagle: The Improbable Journey of America's Bird
Title The Bald Eagle: The Improbable Journey of America's Bird PDF eBook
Author Jack E. Davis
Publisher Liveright Publishing
Pages 432
Release 2022-03-01
Genre Nature
ISBN 1631495267

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Best Books of the Month: Wall Street Journal, Kirkus Reviews From the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Gulf, a sweeping cultural and natural history of the bald eagle in America. The bald eagle is regal but fearless, a bird you’re not inclined to argue with. For centuries, Americans have celebrated it as “majestic” and “noble,” yet savaged the living bird behind their national symbol as a malicious predator of livestock and, falsely, a snatcher of babies. Taking us from before the nation’s founding through inconceivable resurgences of this enduring all-American species, Jack E. Davis contrasts the age when native peoples lived beside it peacefully with that when others, whether through hunting bounties or DDT pesticides, twice pushed Haliaeetus leucocephalus to the brink of extinction. Filled with spectacular stories of Founding Fathers, rapacious hunters, heroic bird rescuers, and the lives of bald eagles themselves—monogamous creatures, considered among the animal world’s finest parents—The Bald Eagle is a much-awaited cultural and natural history that demonstrates how this bird’s wondrous journey may provide inspiration today, as we grapple with environmental peril on a larger scale.



Bald Eagles In The Wild
Title Bald Eagles In The Wild PDF eBook
Author Jeffrey Rich
Publisher Amherst Media, Inc
Pages 197
Release 2018-05-01
Genre Nature
ISBN 1682033295

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The majestic Bald Eagle was adopted in 1782 as America’s official bird. It has historically been a symbol of freedom and patriotism in the United States of America, and for good reason. The bird is associated with authority and has a fierce beauty that speaks to those who look upon it. Today, the Bald Eagle is a protected species. Once on the brink of extinction, it is currently enjoying a comeback. In this book, wildlife and bird photography specialist Jeffrey Rich showcases over 150 of his storytelling photographs of Bald Eagles and shares insights into the birds’ habitat, feeding habits, mating patterns, the care of their young, and more. Readers will marvel over images of birds in flight, in nests with their young, at rest, preening, and capturing prey, as Rich chronicles the daily lives, in detail, of America’s favorite bird.