You’re never too young to discover the amazing diversity of birds. The many different ways birds look, fly, sing, hunt, and nest are among the most fascinating wonders of the natural world. Discover birding and you’ll discover a lot about nature and life—and often you don’t have to look farther than your own backyard.
A Kid’s Guide to Birding explains
- the basics of birding for kids,
- tips on what makes a good birder,
- how to recognize and identify birds,
- ways to attract birds to your own yard,
- steps for starting your own birding “life list,”
- places to find new birds,
- and much more!
With over 300 colorful photographs and more than 175 kinds of birds from a multitude of habitats and different seasons of the year, A Kid’s Guide to Birding is a great visual introduction to birds for kids.
Published by Nextfolio
Paperback with gatefold cover, 8.5 x 8.5
Price: USD $16.95
Praise for A Kid’s Guide to Birding
“More exciting and more informative than a field guide, this is an excellent introduction. Highly recommended for all libraries.”
—Connie Pottle, Youth Services Manager, Delaware County District Library
“A Kid’s Guide to Birding . . . expertly works in an underlying theme of conservation.”
—Rob Gendron, Former Park Ranger, Naturalist, and Avid Birdwatcher
“. . . packed with wonderful bird photography and a wealth of kid-friendly information.”
—Aaron Baggenstos, Award-winning Professional Wildlife Photographer/Videographer, Author, and Owner of Aaron’s Photo Tours
“. . . a book that will inspire many to become birders.”
—Jacque Verrall, NBCT Full Day Kindergarten Teacher, Edmonds, Washington
“Wow! What a terrific book. . . . Lorenzo’s photographs are amazing … sure to kindle enthusiasm for birding in children and parents alike!”
—Dana Rozier, Author of An Inquisitive Kid’s Guide: Natural Hawai‘i
“… a wonderful book! The photography is fabulous and the information is clear, well-written, accurate and comprehensive.”
—Cathy Williams, Children’s Librarian, Columbus Metropolitan Library
A Kid’s Guide to Birding was created by father and son birding enthusiasts, Michael and Lorenzo Rohani. Together they have visited many wildlife refuges, park lands, and birding hot spots to discover new birds and, at home, they made their own yard into a bird-friendly habitat. During this time, Lorenzo documented the many birds he observed. A Kid’s Guide to Birding brings together some of Lorenzo’s best photographs from three years (2009–2012) of his wildlife photography.