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eBook Birds of Prey Rescue: Changing the Future for Endangered Wildlife (Firefly Animal Rescue) ePub

eBook Birds of Prey Rescue: Changing the Future for Endangered Wildlife (Firefly Animal Rescue) ePub

by Pamela Hickman

  • ISBN: 1554071453
  • Category: Education and Reference
  • Subcategory: Teens
  • Author: Pamela Hickman
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Firefly Books (February 20, 2006)
  • ePub book: 1486 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1729 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 237

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Birds of Prey Rescue: Ch. .has been added to your Cart. With beautiful photography and inspiring examples of individuals passionately devoted to wildlife conservation, these are excellent resource for the classroom or school library. Debra Bridgman Green Teacher).

Birds of Prey Rescue: Ch. easy to read, full of interesting facts.

Birds of Prey Rescue book. Illustrated with 50 spectacular color photographs, Birds of Prey Rescue also addresses the general biological issues and challenges in preserving a future for endangered wildlife. About the Firefly Animal Rescue series: The Firefly Animal Rescue identifies endangered and threatened species and what is being done to protect them.

Firefly Animal Rescue is a series about endangered and threatened species and what is being done to protect them. Each book introduces readers to a featured animal, explains the threats it is facing, and explores efforts to protect it. Specifications. Firefly Animal Rescue.

64 pages, 50 col photos. Publisher: Firefly Books. Illustrated with spectacular photographs, this book profiles the dedicated people, organisations and projects around the world helping endangered raptors survive in their natural environments. Series: Animal Rescue Series. 64 pages, 50 col photos. Other titles in Animal Rescue Series. Alligator and Crocodile Rescue.

The Firefly Animal Rescue identifies endangered and threatened species and what is being done to protect them. School Library Journal.

Birds of prey, otherwise known as raptors, have been respected and admired yet also feared and loathed throughout their existence. They are meat-eating birds and extremely well-equipped for the hunt, with powerful eyesight, ultra-sensitive hearing, and sharp talons. Despite these apparent advantages, many birds of prey species are seriously endangered or threatened.

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About the Firefly Animal Rescue Series: The Firefly Animal Rescue Series identifies endangered and threatened species and what is being done to protect them. The story so far - Make yourself at home Under my skin - On the frontlines: Disappearing in the Mist - At work: David Wake - Fungus among us - On the frontlines: Up in smoke - At work: Gerry Marantelli - The frog trade - On the frontlines: A pet project - At.

Birds of Prey Rescue: Changing the Future for Endangered Wildlife (Firefly Animal Rescue) by.Ten endangered animals are highlighted in each book with clear, simple text matched by stunning, full-color photographs by wildlife photographer and author Dave Taylor.

Birds of Prey Rescue: Changing the Future for Endangered Wildlife (Firefly Animal Rescue) by Pamela Hickman. Crocodiles Animal Rescue Alligators Crocs. What others are saying. Each book helps guide the reader toward a greater understanding of the dangers these magnificent animals face as their habitats are continually degraded and destroyed. Animals include:- pronghorn- prairie dog- bison- cheetah- burrowing owl- sandhill crane- red wolf- and more.

Ten endangered animals are highlighted in each book with clear, simple text matched by stunning, full-color photographs by wildlife photographer and author Dave Taylor.

Birds of prey, otherwise known as raptors, have been respected and admired yet also feared and loathed throughout their existence. They are meat-eating birds and extremely well-equipped for the hunt, with powerful eyesight, ultra-sensitive hearing, and sharp talons. Despite these apparent advantages, many birds of prey species are seriously endangered or threatened.

This latest addition to the Firefly Animal Rescue series profiles the dedicated people and projects around the world helping raptors to survive, including: The Philippine Eagle Foundation that is bringing the Philippine eagle back from the brink of extinction; Lindsay Oaks, an American microbiologist, who helped discover what is killing vultures in Asia; Sophie Osborn, who monitors released California condors; The biologists using Peregrine falcons as "foster parents" for the young of the endangered South American aplomado falcon.

Illustrated with 50 spectacular color photographs, Birds of Prey Rescue also addresses the general biological issues and challenges in preserving a future for endangered wildlife.

About the Firefly Animal Rescue series:

The Firefly Animal Rescue identifies endangered and threatened species and what is being done to protect them. Combining lively, accessible text and stunning color photographs, each book provides a detailed overview of the species, describing its characteristics, behavior, habits, physiology and more.

"These attractive books are a call to action... fascinating readable accounts." - School Library Journal

"Succinct introductions to the science and practice of wildlife conservation... written in accessible, lively language." - Booklist