Cherry Lake Pub.,
The bald eagle is known to people around the world as a symbol of the United States. In the early 1800s, as many as 100,000 bald eagles lived there. By the 1960s, the familiar bird of prey was nearly extinct. What happened? Read this book to find out how human activity brought the handsome eagle close to extinction. Discover how human efforts helped it fight back and once again become a familiar sight in North American skies. The Road to Recovery series introduces readers to some of the animals that are fighting and beginning to win the battle for survival in the 21st century. Other titles in the series include: American Alligator American Bison California Condor Elephant Seal Florida Panther Golden Lion Tamarin Gray Bat Gray Whale Gray Wolf Grizzly Bear Karner Blue Butterfly Key Deer Mongolian Wild Horse Mountain Gorilla Whooping Crane To guide your reading, look for these notes that will help build the understanding and skills you'll need in the 21st century. Look for the following margin notes: Book jacket.
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|Grouped Work ID||cd4aca96-aa53-fa0b-ed68-ecc45c45c398|
|Grouping Title||bald eagle|
|Grouping Author||gray susan heinrichs|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-08-07 06:36:52AM|
|Last Indexed||2020-01-21 00:18:39AM|
|author||Gray, Susan Heinrichs.|
|author_display||Gray, Susan Heinrichs|
|detailed_location_school||Hickman Elementary - Kids Non-Fiction|
|display_description||Explains how bald eagles became endangered and describes successful efforts to help them survive and increase.|
|title_full||Bald eagle / Susan H. Gray|