Bird Eyewitness Book
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Bird Eyewitness Book

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Discover the fascinating world of birds, their natural history, behavior, and secret life. Here is an exciting and informative guide to the fascinating world of bird life. Superb color photographs of feathers, wings, skeletons, eggs, nests and newly hatched chicks only days old offer a unique eyewitness view of the natural history, behavior and life cycle of birds. See how newborn chicks hatch from eggs, how nestling grow in their first few days, how birds camouflage themselves against predators what birds eat and how they catch their prey. Learn how birds bodies are designed for flight, why wings are different shapes and sizes, how birds evolved from their prehistoric ancestors and which are the worlds biggest, smallest, slowest and fastest birds. Discover how and where birds make their nests, why eggs are different colors, how many feathers birds have and what each one is for and how to watch birds and attract them to your garden, and much, much more!

The most trusted nonfiction series on the market, Eyewitness Books provide an in-depth, comprehensive look at their subjects with a unique integration of words and pictures. Part of a huge multi-volume encyclopedia, children at different reading levels can use to access information on science, the arts, history, sports, and much more. Each volume has detailed annotations and lavish illustrations.
Series:  Eyewitness: Animal
ISBN:  9780756637682
Grade Level:  2-12
Age Range:  8-Up
Format:  Hardcover
Page Count:  72
Publish Year:  2008
Publisher/Imprint:  D.K.Publishing Children's Books
Book Dimensions:  11" H x 8-1/2" W
Shipping Method:  Ground

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