Birdwatching by Susanna Davidson


Birdwatching by Susanna Davidson

Part of the Naturetrail series, this title focuses on an in-depth explanation of the world of birds, including habitats and conservation, to provide a deeper understanding of the natural world. It also features bird-related activities such as making a bird feeder.


'Each title is not only fact-filled but also has activities and games and links to useful internet sites so that you can do further research if you want to find out more' - Guardian Children's Books; 'A practical and beautifully illustrated introduction to birdwatching and the world of birds, including fascinating information on bird behaviour and instructions for making bird feeders, sketching birds and keeping a bird diary. It's packed with handy hints and expert's identification tips, and lists of birds to spot in different habitats as well as internet links to recommended websites with identification guides, video clips, games and activities' - Surrey Nature; 'This is a really informative book which we felt would be a good introduction to bird watching' - Child Education Plus'

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80 pages
Interest Age: 8 years +


Susanna Davidson
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Publication date

1st April 2012



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