Bird Log Kids
Educators have long known about the positive effects that come from journaling. This log book by DeAnna Brandt is designed to help build the self-esteem of kids through creating something of their own—their own artwork, written observations—their own keepsake! Inside are: 30 Log pages that gently guide kids to record their important observations, both written and drawn! A bird fact, game, project or way to help birds is included on each one! An illustration of a Bird Body with all the parts labeled for easy identification and 2 pages of Common Words that the young birder needs to know. A Life List is included to record up to 32 different birds that you’ve seen! 13 Photo/Art pages to paste a photo or do more artwork. A Log Tips page for special hints on using this log and birding basics. Bring this log on your next outing! Play some games or do a project! Write down the bird you see, draw a picture of it! Does it have a nest? How many are there? Look closely to discover more!
Birds of the Northwoods Activity Book
A fun and exciting way to learn about birds. Bird-watching is a hobby that people of all ages can enjoy, and this activity book is designed specifically for the beginning bird lover, featuring 50 color-by-number illustrations. Its interesting, unique approach includes engaging activities that pertain to bird size, range and habitat. Introduce someone to the joys of bird-watching; give them the Birds of the Northwoods Activity Book by David Grack.
Greta The Great Horned Owl
The true story of an injured owl’s recovery and return to nature. Author: Gove-Berg, Christie.
Greta the Great Horned Owl is a true story told with gorgeous photographs and heartwarming text by award-winning author Christie Gove-Berg. Through Greta’s journey, readers learn about owls and wildlife rehabilitation centers. See the inside of a wildlife hospital, and learn how veterinarians help animals to get better. Find out about owl diets, nests, and families. Greta the Great Horned Owl is both entertaining and educational, helping to instill in children an appreciation of animals and nature.
Maggie The One-Eyed Peregrine Falcon
The True Story of a Peregrine Falcon’s Rehabilitation.
Maggie has just learned to fly when she crashes into the side of a building. She falls to the ground, alone and injured. Who will help her? As told with real photographs, this true story explains how wildlife hospitals rescue and treat injured animals. Their goal is to release the animals back into the wild. Sometimes, this isn’t possible—but there can still be a happy ending. Maggie’s story, a Mom’s Choice Awards Gold Recipient, is just such a success!
Esther the Eaglet
Esther the eaglet is learning to fly when she falls from her nest. She is alone and injured. Who will help the baby eagle? With real bald eagle pictures, this true story explains how raptor centers and rehabilitation teams rescue and treat injured birds. Their goal is to release bald eagles and other birds back into the wild to live successful, natural lives. Esther’s story is just such a success! Author: Gove-Berg, Christie
Homemade Bird Food Recipe Book
Find Your Recipe for Bird Watching Success. A few minutes in the kitchen can become hours of bird watching fun. Take birding to another level by creating unique dishes especially for backyard birds. This creative cookbook turns bird food into a banana split, cupcake, pie, and even tree ornaments. Each dish is perfect to tackle alone or with the whole family. Inside You’ll Find26 recipes to attract the birds you want to see Ingredients that appeal to 70+ bird species, including “hard-to-get” birds, Tips on selecting the right ingredients for the right birds. A handy chart that shows which birds dine on each dish.
BONUS: Tips for cooking with kids, wildlife research projects, and a bird-identification section. See more birds and make birding even more interactive. Invite every birdy to your yard with a banquet of nutritious, homemade foods.
Appreciate the Elaborate Creations of Birds Nests—among the most amazing dwelling places in the entire animal kingdom. Few creatures craft such brilliant and involved homes as birds do. From holes drilled into trees to intricately woven cups, these magnificent structures are worthy of our admiration. This book by Stan Tekiela is filled with unparalleled photography, and it promises to delight as it walks you through the world of bird nests. Book Features one-of-a-kind images of birds and nests from across the United States. Many fascinating facts, including how birds choose where to build and what materials they use. Information that will season your understanding of nests and enhance your enjoyment of birds. This beautiful, thorough look at bird nests is perfect for anyone who treasures nature.