From tiny hummingbirds to soaring eagles, this book has over 100 species of birds for you to discover.
From tiny hummingbirds to soaring eagles, this book has over 100 species of birds for you to discover. National Geographic Kids Bird Guide of North America explains what a birds name is, where it lives, how it sounds, what it eats, and it gives you loads of facts! There are facts for every bird. The book is made up of different chapters that contain different regions, like if you want to find a bird with webbed feet, you would look in the pond and marsh section. Towards the end of the bird guide there is a fun crafts section. It explains how to help the birds by making a bird feeder, a bird bath, and a bird bath, and a bird nest, and it also shows how to draw a bird. The crafts are fun and easy to make. I love bird watching, so when I stumbled across one of Nation Geographic Kids Bird Guides, I was stunned. The book's pictures and photos ware very unique. They were taken by National Geographic's bird experts and are very helpful. When I saw an unusual bird in my yard, I looked it up in this book and found out that it was a female red-winged blackbird. Even though this book doesn't have all the birds that I wanted to find, it provided many facts about the ones I did find. For example, male red-winged blackbirds use the red feathers on the wings to attract females, usually by singing and displaying them. When males are trespassing on another bird's territory he can hide his red and yellow feathers to avoid being attacked by another male. So, if you ever want to find out some interesting facts about a bird, check this book out. I really enjoyed the National Geographic Kids Bird Guide of North America. It is a fantastic book for any bird lover.