Backyard Birds

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Harpercollins Childrens Books, Apr 15, 1993 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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Provides information on the habits and behavior of house sparrows, starlings, robins, wrens, hummingbirds, and nighthawks, with clues for easy identification.

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User Review  - jaelynculliford - LibraryThing

A beautifully illustrated book about Jonathan Pine, the author, sights, he has seen in his back yard across america. The author writes the book in a way that helps you understand the point of view in ... Read full review

BACKYARD BIRDS

User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

A slim, attractive ``Nature Study Book'' discussing six species in a conversational, well-informed style, short on statistics or Latin names but describing habits, diets, nests, and appearance with a ... Read full review

Contents

Birds and Their Stories
8
Quick Little Birds and Bread II
17
A Bowl of Mud and Grass
23
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

Julie Zickefoose began her career as a field biologist for the Nature
Conservancy. She became a magazine and book illustrator, then
began to illustrate her own stories, gleaned from experiences with
wild birds and animals. Her monthly commentaries bring a glimpse
of Appalachia to NPR's All Things Considered. Bird Watcher's Digest
has published more than forty of her articles and seventeen cover
paintings since 1986.

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