What do you think?
- How much did you know about bald eagles before this story? How did you know so much, or why did you know so little?
- What was the most surprising thing you learned watching/reading this story? Why did you find it surprising? How would you share what you’ve learn from this story with your friends and family?
- Do you think bald eagles matter? Why or why not?
- How have your opinions on bald eagles been influenced by media and pop culture?
- Do you think your perspectives on bald eagles have been shaped because of the media you’ve consumed in the past? How could you learn more about bald eagles - and different perspectives - about bald eagles going forward without it becoming a chore?
- How do bald eagles impact your world? If bald eagles disappeared from your region, how might it affect your life? Would it?
- Do you know if bald eagles live in your neighbourhood? If so, are they doing well? Are they threatened?
- What local decisions impact bald eagles? Are there any citizen science projects to help others learn about bald eagles or local birds of prey in your area? Are there community research programs? Any stories about your local birds of prey? How might different careers influence the future of bald eagles?
- Do you think our society is making well informed decisions when it comes to bald eagles? Why do you think that? What would you do better?
- How might you be a better steward of bald eagles through your passions and hobbies?
- What do we not know when it comes to bald eagles in Mount Robson, or your community? Do we know enough, or do we need to know more about their role in the ecosystem and their value to biodiversity to make important decisions for people and nature, or do we need to know more? If so, what?
- When did they ban the pesticide DDT? Why? Who banned it? Do other countries ban it?
- Do you know of other stories of individual species that transformed a population? Do some research.
- Do you believe wildlife rehabilitation is important? Why or why not?
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