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- Julie Albright
- Ivy Ling
- Daniel Albright
- Joyce Albright
- Tracy Albright
- The Water Fountain Girls
- Ms. Hunter
Only in Julie and the Eagles
Chapter by Chapter Summary
Chapter One: A Cry in the Park
Chapter Two: Feathered Friends
Chapter Three: Endangered
Chapter Four: Earth Day
Chapter Five: Trying to Fly
Chapter Six: Happy Birthday, Julie!
Looking Back: Caring for the Earth in the 1970s
Discusses environmentalism during the 1970s. Topics covered:
- The growing understanding that nature needed protection from human activity
- The fact that just setting natural areas aside in parks and preserves was not enough
- Rachel Carson, who revealed in her book Silent Spring that the commonly used pesticide DDT was poisoning insects who ate DDT-sprayed plants, which, in turn, poisoned animals that ate the insects
- What would have happened to birds if they ate DDT-contaminated plants and animals
- The creation of the Clean Air Act of 1963 and the Environmental Protection Agency to help with protecting the natural world
- The first Earth Day celebration in America on April 22, 1970
- Measures dealt with companies who wished to work in natural areas after Congress banned DDT in 1972
- Various reasons why bald eagles were considered to be an endangered species during the 1970s
- The comeback of bald eagles being considered as one of the environmental movement's biggest successes
- Julia Butterfly Hill, who climbed up and lived in a 200 foot redwood tree in order to protect it from being cut down
Items Associated with Julie and the Eagles
- ↑ In Chapter 1, Julie mentions to Ivy there are only twenty eight more days until her birthday.