Raptor!: a Kid’s Guide to Birds of Prey by Christyna M. Laubach
Describes the physical characteristics, behavior, and different species of raptors.
Birds of Prey by John P. S. Mackenzie
Shows and describes the appearance, range, and habits of different species within each of the seven main families of raptors and accipiters
Eagle & Birds of Prey by Jemima Parry-Jones
Describes the anatomy, hunting techniques, mating, nesting, and eating habits of birds of prey. Get a bird’s-eye view of the amazing world of raptors–from the majestic falcon, hawk, and eagle to the stealthy owl and the formidable vulture.
Animals at Night by Jane Burton
Discusses the various kinds of animals that prowl by night, the adaptations that make it possible for them to do so, and the advantages it brings them.
Owls: Hunters of the Night by Elaine Landau
Explores the world of these fierce nocturnal birds of prey.
Thunder birds: nature’s flying predators by Jim Arnosky
Acclaimed naturalist and illustrator Jim Arnosky helps birds and imaginations take glorious flight in this breathtaking nonfiction picture book with six giant gatefolds.
Label the Eagle worksheet: https://www.atozkidsstuff.com/images/americanbaldeagle/baldeaglelabel.pdf
Bald eagle activity guide: https://www.mvr.usace.army.mil/Portals/48/docs/Recreation/ODM/pdf/Bald%20Eagle%20Activity%20Guide.pdf
Hawks guide and activities: http://hawksaloft.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Hawks-Aloft-Pre-Packet-8-12.pdf