Look at That Bird!: A Young Naturalist's Guide to Pacific Northwest Birding (Paperback)
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Kids will love learning more about birds they spot in the outdoors--in their backyards and beyond--with this fun fact-filled full-color guidebook of over 50 common Pacific Northwest birds.
Filled with fun and interesting kid-friendly facts and full-color photographs of over 50 birds that Northwesterners are most likely to see every day, this book encourages curious kids and their adults to go outside and learn more about nature. Kids will learn basic information about what makes a bird a bird, and specific information about each bird species, all of which can be used to help identify birds. Look at That Bird! also includes projects kids can do to attract birds to their backyards.
About the Author
KAREN DeWITZ is a nature-loving bird nerd. Her happy place is a nest of blankets on her porch in a small woods outside of Oregon City where she can watch and photograph the almost 50 species of birds that visit her backyard. Karen has a rich background in instruction, outdoor education, and photography. As a former teacher with a master's degree in education, she understands how to intrigue and inspire young people. She has experience both in the classroom and in Northwest forests--teaching, writing, exploring, and marveling in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
"Have you ever discovered a book that you were so thrilled had come into the world that you wanted to share it with EVERYONE? Look at That Bird!: A Young Naturalist’s Guide to Pacific Northwest Birding is that book for me."--KeelyWrites
"Look at That Bird! is a super fun guide that's easy to use for new birders, and specific to the Pacific Northwest, so PNW kids can find, identify, and learn about birds in their own environment. Full of great pictures, fascinating facts, and projects they can perform themselves!" Recommended By Gigi L., Powells.com
"Very highly recommended for family, elementary school, middle school, and community library Aviary Wildlife collections"--Midwest Book Review