Birds, Nests, and Eggs
Learn to identify common birds and look for nests in your own backyard with this fun take-along guide. Includes easy hands-on projects to inspire young naturalists.
Learning takes flight as you explore the world of birds.
Birds, Nests and Eggs is a fun, informative Take-Along Guide that helps you identify 15 birds. You'll also learn how and where they build their homes and all about their young.
From cover to cover, this amazing book is full of fascinating facts:
- The American robin can pull up and eat as much as 14 feet of earthworms from a lawn in a single day.
- A barn swallow makes its nests out of mud. It takes 6 to 8 days, as many as 4,000 trips for supplies and 125 miles of flying.
- Hummingbirds lay only two white eggs. And each one is smaller than a dime!
Plus Birds, Nests and Eggs features some awesome activities that are easy to do, like making a "blind" for bird watching and how to give birds a shower-bath. There's also a 7-page scrapbook for drawings, notes or anything else.
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