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Birdology: 30 Activities and Observations for Exploring the World of Birds

By: Monica Russo(Author), Kevin Byron(Illustrator)
Birdology: 30 Activities and Observations for Exploring the World of Birds
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  • Birdology: 30 Activities and Observations for Exploring the World of Birds ISBN: 9781613749494 Paperback Jan 2015 Usually dispatched within 2-3 weeks
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An engaging book that encourages young nature enthusiasts to explore the world of birds This generously illustrated, full-color book teaches kids that birds can be seen almost anywhere: in city parks and streets, zoos, farms, and backyards. Using "Try This," "Look For," and "Listen For" prompts, Birdology promotes independent observation and analysis, writing and drawing skills, and nature literacy.

Kids observe the diversity of shapes, colors, patterns, and behavior of birds; listen for their songs and the clap of wings; make a juice-box feeder; plant flowers that attract hummingbirds; start a birding journal and sketchbook; and much more. Other topics that are presented in clear, kid-friendly prose include migration, nesting, food, territories, and conservation and preservation. Additional resources, such as a glossary, bird orders and scientific names, bird and wildlife organizations, and "Teacher Topics" to initiate classroom discussion and investigation, are also included.

Age Level: Junior scientist

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Monica Russo is the author and illustrator of several children's nature books, including Amazing Insects, Chilly Creatures, Tree Almanac, and Watching Nature. She wrote the Nature Notes column for southern Maine's Sun Chronicle for many years. She is an experienced birdwatcher and a founding member of the Maine Entomological Society.

Kevin Byron is a photographer who specializes in nature, wildlife, and ship images and whose work has appeared in many books, magazines, and newspapers, including BirdScope magazine, the Kennebunk Post, the New York Times, and Watching Nature. They both live in Kennebunk, Maine.

By: Monica Russo(Author), Kevin Byron(Illustrator)
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