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The Wonder of Bald Eagles

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The Wonder of Bald Eagles 
by Eileen Foran and Charlene Gieck;  photographs by Tom and Pat Leeson

The bald eagle is the symbol of the United States. It has dark feathers on its body and a white head. An eagle is a bird of prey. It eats meat. An eagle catches prey with sharp talons on its feet. An eagle builds a big nest in a tree near water and adds sticks to it every year. The eagle raises its family in the nest. When a baby eagle is three weeks old it can fly. The bald eagle is found only in North America. People need to watch eagles from a distance. If a human gets too close, an eagle might leave its nest. The bald eagle is an endangered species. People need to protect eagles to save them.

Interest Level:   1st grade     2nd grade     3rd grade    

Book Type:    informational read aloud / picture book

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