This is a handy reference for all young nature lovers who want to experience the joys of birds and wildlife. To gently introduce children to the hobby of birdwatching, the book provides practical information on birds' life cycles and anatomy. It explains how to identify species, where to watch for them, and how to keep records of daily findings. Children will also learn how to build nest boxes, bird tables and feeders. The book is organized in different colours according to habitat, thus allowing children to discover that puffins and oystercatchers are to be found along coasts, while kingfishers and reed warblers keep to rivers, lakes and marshes.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0199100594