As the national bird of the United States, the bald eagle may be the most recognizable raptor. However, there are about 60 eagle species in the world. Readers learn about many of them through this text, which offers a detailed look at eagles and the unique family of raptors to which they belong. Colorful photographs allow readers to visualize the text's content, which covers topics such as appearance, predatory behavior, survival techniques, and more. Written to support elementary life science standards, this text offers a fun take on important classroom concepts.