Birds In The Bush - 50 Species In Full Color

Birds In The Bush - 50 Species In Full Color

Author: Larry W Jones

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ISBN: 1716203937

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Page: 54

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Featuring 50 species of birds from back yards to back woods, this full-color book helps identify and appreciate birds of all kinds, large and small. Birds In The Bush - 50 Species In Full Color is educational and fun to read. Details include such information as their range, sounds and songs, habitat and their food intake. Each bird profile includes its name, how much it weighs, its length, wingspan and color markings. Add Birds In The Bush - 50 Species In Full Color to your library to enjoy again and again.

Birds In The Bush - 50 Species In Full Color
Language: en
Pages: 54
Authors: Larry W Jones
Categories:
Type: BOOK - Published: 2021-01-21 - Publisher:

Featuring 50 species of birds from back yards to back woods, this full-color book helps identify and appreciate birds of all kinds, large and small. Birds In The Bush - 50 Species In Full Color is educational and fun to read. Details include such information as their range, sounds and
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