The national bird of the United States is a familiar sight on government seals, but in the past its appearances in America's skies were dwindling. Luckily, today, the bald eagle is being seen in increasing numbers in the wild. These impressive birds of prey have rebounded after suffering from hunting and DDT pollution during the twentieth century. This informative volume provides heaps of captivating information about how these majestic birds fly, hunt, nest, and raise their young.
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