The RSPB Children's Guide To Nature Watching

by Mark Boyd

The RSPB Children's Guide To Nature Watching Synopsis

This new RSPB book is a practical, exciting and comprehensive introduction to nature watching for children. With full-colour photographs and illustrations throughout, it discusses general practicalities - where to go and when, what equipment to take with you, tips on attracting wildlife to your garden, how to take field notes and much more. In addition, it includes a guide to many common species of British birds, animals and plants, using clear illustrations and describing key identification points, such as behaviour, voice and habitat. It's the must-have guide for all young nature enthusiasts!

The RSPB Children's Guide To Nature Watching Press Reviews

'With winter birds visiting your garden for food, the RSPB Children's Guide To Birdwatching is ideal for spotting your feathered friends! It's a great guide to watching birds and is jam-packed with colour photographs and paintings.' * www.ngkids.co.uk, (18th Dec 2007) * I wish this guide had been around when I began birding! * The Observer (June 2008) * An excellent book to encourage what could become a worthwhile and long passion * Carousel (September 2008) * 'An excellent guide to birds and bird watching for the novice or the slightly more experienced. A child-friendly book crammed with wonderful photographs and illustrations...' * Carousel (June 2008) * An excellent introduction to nature watching * Armadillo Magazine * A comprehensive handbook * BBC Wildlife *

Book Information

ISBN: 9781408187579
Publication date: 28th March 2013
Author: Mark Boyd
Publisher: A & C Black (Childrens books) an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 160 pages
Categories: Natural history (ChildrenÍs/Teenage),

About Mark Boyd

Mark Boyd grew up in Dorset, where his love of birds, badgers, butterflies and other wildlife flourished. He trained as a bird ringer in his teens, studied Ecology at Loughborough University and wrote his doctorate on primroses at The Open University. Since 1989, he has worked for the RSPB, first as an editor, then web manager, youth manager and, today, as head of youth and education.

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