I've been teaching a workshop for kids 8 years old and up about birds of prey for the King County Library System. We called the program Is a Seahawk a Real Bird? I brought a poster from the Burke Museum's exhibit that includes the original mask on which the Seahawks logo was based, as well as bird skins borrowed from Seattle Audubon, and then some of my own art, including this new print of a bald eagle. During the workshop we speculate on what bird the native American mask was based on, and I teach the kids how to draw and paint these eagles, hawks and ospreys. I've been very impressed with the art the kids have come up with, and I'm very gratified by their genuine interest in the subject. I'm including some examples of their fine work.