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Backyard Birding for Kids: An Introduction to Ornithology

Backyard Birding for Kids: An Introduction to Ornithology

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With bird facts, an identification guide, and how-to instructions, this is a perfect children's introduction to bird-watching.

You've seen birds in your backyard or at the local park. Now become a young ornithologist. Learn all about the scientific study of birds. Author, birder, and outdoors researcher Erika Zambello presents a kids' introduction to birding. The children's book, ideal for early and middle-grade readers, conveys fascinating information for beginners. Kids gain an understanding of such topics as bird anatomy, life cycle, and habitat.

From there, readers are introduced to 60 different species of important birds to know. With chickadees, hummingbirds, owls, woodpeckers, and more, the field guide section serves as an identification aid and offers information about when to look, where to look, and what to look for.

A how-to section provides advice to help children get started birding--with practical tips on attracting birds to their yards. There are also fun activities for the entire family to enjoy, a wonderful way to turn birding into a shared hobby. The activities range from simple, like leaving out nesting materials, to advanced, such as planting a bird- and pollinator-friendly garden.

Inside You'll Find

  • how-to section, including details on getting started
  • The basics of ornithology
  • Identification guide to common and important birds to know
  • Bird-related activities that the entire family can enjoy


Author: Erika Zambello
Publisher: Adventure Publications
Published: 06/14/2022
Pages: 136
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.40lbs
Size: 7.00h x 5.00w x 0.50d
ISBN: 9781647552237

About the Author

From her home base in North Florida, Erika Zambello has explored hundreds of ecological research sites, estuarine research reserves, national parks, state parks, and national wildlife refuges across the Southeast and around the country. She is a National Geographic Young Explorer and serves on the board of the National Parks Traveler. She holds a Master's Degree in Environmental Management from the Duke Nicholas School of the Environment (where she specialized in Ecosystem Science and Conservation) and a Master's Degree in Strategic Communication from the University of West Florida. As a writer, her work has been featured in National Geographic Adventure, National Geographic Voices, Backpacker, Florida Sportsman, and more.

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