We recommend these Web sites for those interested in the subjects shown on the program. All links are valid as of April 26, 2001.
Pictures from the Chilkat River outside of Haines, Alaska, where hundreds of eagles gather to feed on salmon.
The Peregrine Fund and the World Center for Birds of Prey
Information on eagle restoration efforts, including information about Harpy, Philippine, and Madagascar Serpent and Fish eagles.
Bird Vision – What Do They See?
Find out how those eagles see so well. Includes links to eagle photos and calls.
Golden Eagles in a Changing Landscape
Web site for a research project from the Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group.
This site promotes an awareness and appreciation of North American eagles.
American Bald Eagle Information
Facts about the United States’ national bird.
The Eagle Page
Resource list of everything eagle-related, from organizations and mailing lists to facts and figures.
For those interested in the subjects shown in Eagles, we recommend the following books and print articles.
Dewitt, Lynda. EAGLES, HAWKS, AND OTHER BIRDS OF PREY. New York: Franklin Watts, 1989.
Johnsgard, Paul A. HAWKS, EAGLES, AND FALCONS OF NORTH AMERICA. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 1990.
Lang, Aubrey. EAGLES. San Francisco: Sierra Club Books, 1990.
Steyn, Peter. EAGLE DAYS: A STUDY OF AFRICAN EAGLES AT THE NEST. Cape Town, South Africa: Sable Press, 1974.
Tucker, Priscilla. THE RETURN OF THE BALD EAGLE. Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 1994.
Wexo, John B. ZOOBOOKS: EAGLES. San Diego, CA: Wildlife Education, Ltd., 1993.