The Bald Eagle Returns
The inspiring story of the bald eagle’s resurgence is the good news in this follow-up to WHERE THE BALD EAGLES GATHER, published by Clarion in 1984. Full-color photographs and an updated text describe, in a handsome, newly designed format, the significant changes in the habitat and status of our national emblem. Young naturalists are sure to be encouraged by this account of a remarkably successful conservation effort, expertly documented by the same team that first helped to introduce young readers to the eagle’s plight. Index.
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The national bird of America, the bald eagle once an endangered bird, has now recovered. Through various efforts, their numbers have surged from 1000 pairs to approximately 6000 pairs. This book by ... Read full review
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The Bald Eagle Returns by to Dorothy Hinshaw Patent is a survey of bald eagles, with subtopics ranging from the near extinction of the species to its life cycle. Patent, a zoologist from UC - Berkeley ... Read full review