The Children's Book of Birdwatching: Nature-Friendly Tips for Spotting Birds (Hardcover)
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A fun, engaging birdwatching book for kids, full of information, activities, and tips on how to spot, identify, and care for birds.
Make a difference to the local wildlife with hands-on activities, wonderful ideas and useful tips in this informative bird book for children. Make a bird feeder that you can fill with seeds, or a water bath for birds to drink from, and watch as a variety of birdlife gather!
Young nature enthusiasts can enjoy this perfect introduction to animal conservation and protection, packed with engaging activities and plenty of advice from the brilliant bird expert and TV personality Dan Rouse. The Children’s Book of Birdwatching celebrates local wildlife and teaches children about the challenges birds face and what we can do to help. Whether you love birds, enjoy gardening, or simply want to do your bit to help local wildlife, this delightful bird book is full of practical information and fun activities.
This fascinating bird book for kids includes:
- A delightful and simple introduction to birds and what we can do to help them.
- Hands-on activities and upcycling projects for children to get involved in.
- Informative and factual text accompanied by beautiful photographs and illustrations.
- A range of projects that encourages children to enjoy spending time outdoors.
Get to know birds with this handy guide, featuring craft activities to attract and help your feathered friends. Children aged 5-9 can discover ways to make their outdoor space more bird-friendly, from nurturing the right plants to deterring dangerous predators. Watch as they fly in for a visit! How many can you spot?
About the Author
Dan Rouse is a passionate wildlife conservationist and ornithologist from Swansea, Wales. Growing up on the South Wales coastline, she developed an interest in coastal birds and wildlife. Dan is widely respected in the birding and Welsh community for her ornithological and conservational work. She currently writes for Bay Magazine Swansea, features frequently on BBC Radio Wales/Radio Cymru, and presents for S4C Hansh, fronting videos on wildlife and wildlife science.