An eagle"s feather
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An eagle"s feather based on a story by the Philippine Eagle Foundation by Minfong Ho

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Published by Cornell Lab Publishing Group in Apex, NC .
Written in English


  • Eagles,
  • Juvenile fiction,
  • Wildlife rescue,
  • Monkey-eating eagle

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About the Edition

An Eagle"s Feather is based on a story of hope written by the Philippine Eagle Foundation to raise awareness and care for the critically endangered, majestic Philippine Eagle, the national bird of the Philippines.

Edition Notes

Statementby Minfong Ho ; illustrations by Frances Alvarez
ContributionsAlvarez, Fances, ill
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26965133M
ISBN 10194364523X
ISBN 109781943645237

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Eyes of Eagles (Eagles, #1), Dreams of Eagles (Eagles, #2), Talons of Eagles (Eagles, #3), Scream of Eagles (Eagles, #4), Rage of Eagles (Eagles, #5), S Series Works: Crusade of Eagles, Revenge of Eagles, Scream of Eagles, Pride of Eagles, Eyes of Eagles. So, this book is a mixture of fact and fiction. Where the character Green Feather Hat is mentioned in the book, these are the actual things we saw occurring as we watched the eagles throughout that year. Other events are from my imagination, but the actions of the birds depicted in the book are as close to actual behaviors as I could keep them. When his cousin refuses to let him go to school, Eagle Feather runs simply and sympathetically, this story gives a good picture of Navajo Indian life. Following an unthinking act, year-old Eagle Feather must work all summer for a crafty cousin, but . Ho’s later book Hush! a Thai Lullaby illustrated by Holly Meade, was named a Caldecott Honor Book, an ALA Notable Children’s Book and was included on The Horn Book Fanfare list. Frances Alvarez illustrated AN EAGLE’S FEATHER while an intern under the Bartels Scientific Illustration Internship Program at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in

Eagle Feather 2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Sleeps 4. What better place to spend your getaway then in the Eagle Feather Cabin. This cabin has a fully equipped kitchen for entertaining, 3 flat screen TV, and a wood burning fireplace for the chilly nights to come. This . The An Eagle’s Feather – Teacher’s Guide (8 pages, free download) features activities that target national science, math, writing, and art education standards for grades K This website provides background information and digital content to complement the printable Guide. Purchase this book . The metal feather is a quest item obtained during the Eagles' Peak quest, and is used to open the door leading into the dungeon atop Eagles' Peak.. Players can find the metal feather inside the bird book, which is located inside a tent at the northern base of Eagles' Peak.. Once the quest is complete, the metal feather is rendered useless and can be s only: Yes. Permits to obtain eagles or eagle parts are issued by the Fish and Wildlife Service. Only enrolled members of a Federally recognized tribe can obtain a permit. The permit authorizes the recipient to receive and possess eagle feathers from the Repository for religious purposes. The following must be presented when applying for an eagle.