By Nicholas Eliott
it truly is great to work out how mom birds construct
their nests, and the way they look after their
nestlings. it truly is candy to determine the little ones
when they start to fly, and to grasp how they
are taught to discover their foodstuff, and to maintain out
of chance, and to sing, and every thing younger
birds want to know.
Then after they are grown up, it really is attention-grabbing to determine the place they move in wintry weather, and
why they don't stick with us all of the yr around.
People who is going into the sector to observe and
study their methods may be shocked to discover how
much like humans they act.
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All About Birds a kids book about birds by Nicholas Eliott