Learn all you can about the birds of prey. Beautiful photographs, maps, and illustrations and diagrams give you an up close and personal look at their lives, their history, dangers that face them and activities you can do to understand them better.
The Peregrine's Journey: A Story of Migration
By Madeleine Dunphy Web of Life Children's Books, 2008
ISBN: 0977753921 Ages: 6-9
The U.S. Fish and Game tracked a female Peregrine Falcon by satellite almost 8000 miles from Alaska to Argentina. Go along on the tracking voyage to learn about her travels.
Eyewitness: Eagles & Birds of Prey
By Jemima Parry-Jones DK Children, 2000
ISBN: 0789458608 Ages: 8 and up
Everyone loves Eyewitness books. Stunning photographs and up close looks at these birds. This one is picture-filled and ready to help you learn all about eagles and other species of birds of prey. Lots to enjoy time and time again. A must for the bird lover's library or for your classroom.
Birds of Prey Rescue: Changing the Future for Endangered Wildlife (Firefly Animal Rescue)
By Pamela Hickman Firefly Books, 2006
ISBN: 1554071445 Ages: 10 and up
Meet people from all around the globe who are working to rescue and save the birds of prey from dangerous situations and extinction. See how things have changed and improved since the 1940's. What can you do to help?
City Hawk: The Story of Pale Male
By Meghan McCarthy Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books, 2007
ISBN: 141693359X Ages: 4 and up
Here is the story of two red-tailed hawks who nested on a fancy apartment building in New York City. Many wanted the nest removed, but others want to save it. This is the male bird's story ? Pale Male. How does it turn out? Does the nest survive? What about the baby hawks? Better read it and find out.