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I Love Birds! 52 Ways to Wonder, Wander, and Explore Birds with Kids

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Jennifer Ward(Author), Alexander Vidal(Illustrator)
I Love Birds!
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  • I Love Birds! ISBN: 9781611804157 Paperback Mar 2019 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Go nest hunting, discover the beauty of feathers, and learn to identify birds in your neighborhood – 52 activities from the author of the wildly popular I Love Dirt! for children ages 4 to 8.

Part journal, part field guide, I Love Birds! is chock-full of the activities, information, and rich resources that will fuel discovery and inspire families, urban and rural, with everything bird. Through sensory, hands-on, creative explorations that involve birding basics and the how's and why's of bird behavior, parents are invited to share the joy of birds with children ages 4 to 8. The activities here will engage children's imagination and sense of wonder as they observe birds in the wild, become citizen scientists, delve into their DIY and artistic side, and enjoy the simple bounty of bliss birds provide merely by engaging with them – all the while forging a deeper understanding, appreciation, and stewardship toward nature, our planet, and all things feathery.

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Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Jennifer Ward(Author), Alexander Vidal(Illustrator)
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