1 edition of Can you find these birds? found in the catalog.
Can you find these birds?
|Statement||Carmen Bredeson and Lindsey Cousins|
|Series||All about nature|
|LC Classifications||QL676.2 .B723 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011026420|
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Can You Find These Birds. (All About Nature) Paperback – July 1, by Carmen Bredeson (Author), Lindsey Cousins (Author) out of 5 stars 3 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Can you find these birds?. [Carmen Bredeson; Lindsey Cousins] -- "Learn about different birds including robins, woodpeckers, and mockingbirds"--Provided by publisher.
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You can watch birds anywhere. If you just look up there are plenty of birds, even in inner London where I live. It’s a bit grey here but right now I can see a wood pigeon perched on a TV aerial, and a flock of starlings flying past.
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book guides, there are hundreds to choose from that help bird watchers identify and learn all there is about birds. Exceptional. One of those books you need to experience for yourself to feel it’s magic working itself into your skin. Listening to it on audiobook, I was spellbound by Hartnett’s rich lyrical phrases, and Bower’s deep compassionate voice.
These two were a match made in heaven/5(). These birds are a little larger than some of the others you may see, and their bright blue color makes them stand out in a crowd. And if that still wasn’t enough of a giveaway, you can definitely tell who they are by their extremely noisy call.
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It is one of the more common wading birds you’ll see in Florida. Wood Stork. The only true stork native to North America, the wood stork can have a wingspan of over five feet. While you’ll see birds at these locations any time of year, birding is best in Florida during the winter months, when migratory birds show up from northern climates.
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