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Wildlife experts at these agencies keep track of the pairs in their own states. They know where the old nests are and they keep an eye out for new ones. They notice when pairs are raising chicks. They report everything back to the Fish and Wildlife Service. When different groups work together like this, it helps to ensure that endangered species have a good chance of recovery. 28 Their designs have greatly reduced the number of eagle deaths related to electrical lines and poles. Now, companies that put up windmills are looking at APLIC’s suggestions.
They want to see if they can learn how to make their own structures safer. Over the years, many people have worked to save the bald eagle. Everyone wants to make sure that our national bird is safe for decades to come. 21st CENTURY SKILLS LIBRARY This map shows where bald eagles live in North America. 9. ,
UN the sharp claw of a bird of prey such as an eagle or hawk 30 21st CENTURY SKILLS LIBRARY For More Information Books Dell, Pamela. The Bald Eagle. Minneapolis: Compass Point Books, 2004. Hicks, Terry Allan.
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.