There are many kinds of songbirds that are called sparrows across North America. The song sparrow in particular is a melodious, yet secretive creature. Young bird watchers will love learning how to lure these sparrows to feeders, so they can observe them more closely. They'll also learn fascinating information about this bird's life cycle, habitats, behaviors, adaptations, and more. This volume, designed in journal format, is full of fun facts, gorgeous photographs, attention-grabbing graphics, and more that will inspire readers to appreciate the natural world around them.
Written to inspire and equip your budding naturalist, this series gently draws children into the wonders found in a young bird watcher's journal, where they read through various entries that detail a bird's appearance and song, life cycle-including natural predators, habitat and behaviors. Sprinkled throughout are vocabulary words (in bold or highlighted in a box) and fascinating facts. Vibrant illustrations, glossary and index make this a wonderful companion for your nature studies. Looking for a unique gift for the nature loving child in your family? Add an Audubon Bird Plush with authentic sounds. Children will beg to create their own journal! 32 pgs, pb. ~ Deanne