By Sy Barlowe
Birdwatchers, or "birders," continue existence lists within which they notice their first sighting of a species — indicating the date, position, habitat, and so on. This easy-to-read, fact-filled workbook might help younger birdwatchers start protecting their very own lifestyles lists as they find out about forty eight universal North American birds — between them the blue jay, American crow, ruby-throated hummingbird, yellow-billed cuckoo, mourning dove, barn owl, red-tailed hawk, northern oriole, red-winged blackbird, and red-headed woodpecker.
Written and illustrated via nature artist Sy Barlowe, the publication comprises area on each one web page for a numbered decal representation of the fowl defined, besides details on chook dimension, habitat, nesting and consuming behavior, quantity and colour of eggs, and variety. there is additionally a spot for recording the date, time, and locality of the sighting and for including own remarks.
A wonderful means to mix sticky label enjoyable with an academic event, this hands-on record-keeping ebook will inspire younger naturalists and maybe stimulate a lifelong curiosity within the lucrative pastime of birdwatching.
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