A book packed with inexpensive upcycling projects, that provides kids with tips on how to attract a range of birds to their outdoor space.
Transform your backyard into a sanctuary for a variety of birds.
Make a difference to the local wildlife with this informative, hands-on book. Bird numbers are in decline and you can help them by creating a place for them thrive. Make a bird feeder that you can fill with seeds, or a mini pond for them to drink from, and watch as a range of birdlife gather in your garden.
Discover how to optimize your outdoor space for birds, from the best plants to grow to how to keep predators away, and learn about the importance of these little creatures to the environment. With engaging activities and plenty of advice from bird-expert Dan Rouse, this fun yet educational book makes the perfect introduction to animal conservation and protection for children. The Children's Book of Birdwatching celebrates local wildlife and teaches children about the challenges birds face and what we can do to help. Whether you love gardening, enjoy arts and crafts, or simply want to do your part to help endangered animals, this delightful book is full of lots of easy and fun projects.
Soon your backyard will be filled with all kinds of birds. How many can you spot?
- Dan Rouse
- 96 pages
- 8 inches W x 9.6 inches L
- DK Children
- Ages 5 to 9
- Item #: 978-0744072808