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National Geographic Kids Bird Guide of North America

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Featuring 100 species of birds from coast to coast this colorful guide helps kids identify and understand birds. The National Geographic Kids Bird Guide of North America is both accessible and tons of fun. Fifty of the country's most popular birds are laid out in stunning two-page spreads that include information such as their range, the sounds they make, and the food they like to eat. Each profile also includes a cool or weird fun fact, and a feature called "A Closer Look," which digs deeper into one aspect of the bird's life (eating habits, birdsongs, etc.). Each profile also displays a fact box with the bird's scientific name, weight, length, and wingspan.


Kids will also find tons of fun facts, bright and bold colors, full-color photographs, and layering of information that makes everything jump off the page. Birds are organized by habitat, and habitat spreads show where different birds live within each environment. The guide also explains all the basics that kids need to know about spotting birds. Features include activities, such as how to build a birdhouse and how to build a birdfeeder, sidebars highlighting fascinating info, lists, range maps, and much more. Conservation information, a find out more section, glossary, and index add ample back matter to round out this book.


  • Ages 8 and up
  • Softcover
  • 176 pages
  • 6" x 9"
  • © 2013

Jonathan Alderfer, artist and editor, has contributed extensively to several editions of the National Geographic Field Guide to Birds of North America and co-edited the fifth edition. He has served on the Maryland/District of Columbia Bird Records Committee and as associate editor of the American Birding Association's magazine Birding. He lives in the Washington, D.C., area.