Birds, Nests, and Eggs
Young Naturalist Field Guides are the books for children to take along when they explore forests, meadows, and seashores or want to learn more about flowers, frogs, rabbits, birds, bugs, snakes, and more! Numerous experts and organizations have provided invaluable assistance in the preparation of this series. Each volume contains many craft and activity projects to enhance understanding and provide greater involvement and motivation for every young naturalist.
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Binds Nests and Eggs
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12 days 60 feet acorns American Goldfinches American Robins appliance box babies can fly bark Barn swallows bcig beaks bird watching birds flying black bib black cap Black-Capped Chickadees blue jay hangs cardinals caterpillars chest color days after hatching downy woodpecker duller early April eat seeds female build female incubate Female robins female sits female weaves females look flies grass and feathers ground hatch in 12 heads holes House sparrows insects lined with grass looks dressed male and female maple meadowlark sings Mourning doves Naturalist Field Guide nest in apple Northern orioles orange owlark pail parents pine trees Red-winged blackbirds Redwings robin build Ruby-Throated Hummingbirds sheet or blanket songs SPECIAL TIPS speckled string SUET FEEDER sunflower seeds tails tall shade tree branch tswit-tswit twigs watch birds watch-hole weeds WHITE-BREASTED NUTHATCH wings wood chips yellow yoar young birds Young Naturalist Field