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Road to Recovery

Road to Recovery offers animal titles that do much more than simply profile kid-popular wildlife. This series explores animals that were on the endangered species list, but are on the way back to recovery. While developing critical thinking skills, students discover why the species became endangered and what was done to help them survive--as well as the ramifications of success.

Cover: American Alligator

American Alligator

Readers are introduced the habitat and lifestyle of the American Alligator and learn how the American Alligator is making a comeback from near extinction. Find out how people in the… More »

 
Cover: American Bison

American Bison

The American bison was hunted to near extinction in the 1800s as settlers moved west across what is now the United States. Readers will learn about this animal that is a symbol of the… More »

 
Cover: Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle

The bald eagle is known to people around the world as a symbol of the United States. In the early 1800s, as many as 100,000 bald eagles lived in the United States. By the 1960s, the familiar… More »

 
Cover: California Condor

California Condor

The California condor is the largest bird in North America. Scientists have found condor fossils that are nearly 100,000 years old. As more people settled in the American west, however… More »

 
Cover: Elephant Seal

Elephant Seal

An elephant seal has a thick layer of blubber that keeps it from freezing in cold northern waters. This protective layer of blubber was prized by hunters who killed so many elephant seals… More »

 
Cover: Florida Panther

Florida Panther

The Florida panther once roamed as far west as Louisiana and as far north as Tennessee. Today, these cats are found in just four counties in southern Florida. How did the Florida panther… More »

 
Cover: Golden Lion Tamarin

Golden Lion Tamarin

The small golden lion tamarin is known for its brownish-red mane, long tail, and territorial nature. Readers will learn about these creatures and how destruction of their coastal forest… More »

 
Cover: Gray Bat

Gray Bat

Many people are afraid of bats, but like every other living thing they play in important role in nature. Readers will learn about cave dwelling gray bats, how they became endangered, and how… More »

 
Cover: Gray Whale

Gray Whale

Gray whales live in the Pacific Ocean and can grow to be 50 feet 15 meters) long. Readers will discover how whale hunters brought these huge mammals to near extinction and how people are… More »

 
Cover: Gray Wolf

Gray Wolf

At one time, the howling of gray wolves was a common sound throughout North America. Readers will learn more about these pack animals and what brought them to the edge of extinction. They… More »

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