Review by Zak
Year Group 5
This is a brilliant book if you are interested in nature because it has loads of facts about these fascinating British birds of prey. For example, did you know that the White Tailed Sea Eagle is the largest bird of prey in Britain? Not only does the White Tailed Sea Eagle feed on carrion, it occasionally steals prey of Ospreys and Sea Otters. It is a very strong bird!
I like this book because not only does it tell the diet and habitat of the birds it also tells the history of their lives in Britain. I find it interesting because it tells you the Latin name and scientific terms such as 'juvenile' which means young.
I think you should buy this book because it helps you identify the birds. With the help of the book I identified a juvenile golden eagle in the Highlands of Scotland!
Marks out of 5?
5 - Excellent