National Save the Eagles Day (January 10th) is an excellent opportunity to teach our students about protecting endangered species and their habitats. This day can be a starting point for classroom discussions, activities, and projects on eagles and their conservation. In addition, we can encourage our students to research different types of eagles and their habitats, the threats they face, and the efforts being made to protect them.

In addition to traditional classroom activities, we can encourage our students to use their creativity to spread awareness about Save the Eagles Day. For example, students can create posters, flyers, or short videos that highlight the importance of eagle conservation and the actions we can take to protect these magnificent birds.

By engaging our students in meaningful activities and discussions about Save the Eagles Day, we can help them develop a sense of environmental responsibility and inspire them to take action to protect endangered species in their communities and beyond.

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Printable & Activity Objectives

Age: 7 to 9 year olds, Activity Time: 3-4 hours, Items Needed: Writing and colouring pencils

In this activity, your child will learn about Eagles, the threats to their survival and also how to create awareness about National Save the Eagle Day.

It will help your child or student:

  • Learn and research about eagles in their country/state.
  • Reflect on the challenges that endangered species face particularly the impact of human actions on the natural world (such as habitat loss and pollution) and the role that individuals can play in protecting the environment.
  • Appreciate and respect nature and wildlife, and the value of preserving the natural world for future generations.

How to Get Started

Simple steps to start:

  • Research and find out more about eagles and their main threats against their survival. Here's a nice interactive guide about eagles:
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Here's a write up about the five main threats against eagles:

5 Threats to Eagles Today and How You Can Help
Happy Save the Eagles Day, Green Monsters! In spite of the impressive turnaround of eagles since they were once endangered, these majestic animals are still threatened by a wide variety of human activities. Let’s take a look at some of the challenges they face, and see what we can do to help.

Here's a news article about the impact of human actions on the population of eagles and other birds of prey around the world:

Birds of prey face global decline from habitat loss, poisons
WASHINGTON (AP) — Despite a few high-profile conservation success stories – like the dramatic comeback of bald eagle populations in North America – birds of prey are in decline worldwide.

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What's in the Printable Worksheet Pack

This printable pack consists of 3 printable worksheets for your students or children to help them gather information and reflect creatively on the issues eagles face. Here's what it consists of:

  • 1 Design Your Own "Save the Eagles Day" Poster.
  • 1 Main Threats to Eagles Chart.
  • 1 Bird Research Sheet.

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