Birds at the Feeder Identification Guide (JFB-IDBK)

$4.49

Birds at the Feeder Identification Guide (JFB-IDBK)

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$4.49

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SKU: JFB-IDBK

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Perfect for anyone new to birding and for nature-lovers of all ages, this bird identification guide features 15 birds frequently seen feeding at backyard bird feeders. From finches to cardinals, this guide is packed with everything needed to identify backyard birds. So, just feed birds and make a world of difference.

  • Features 15 common birds likely to be seen eating from backyard bird feeders
  • Includes photos, descriptions, sizes, sounds, and range maps for breeding, non-breeding, and year-round
  • Pocket-sized – 2.125 in. x 4 in.
  • Durable glossy pages with an easy-open metal ring clasp
  • Ideal for people new to birding or for those who simply love nature

Birds at the Feeder Identification Guide!

Just Feed Birds and Make a World of DifferenceIt might be hard to believe that one person feeding birds in their yard can help restore the balance of nature.

But it’s true. Because in nature, everything is connected. And everything matters.

Wild birds are essential to biodiversity – our planet’s way of maintaining its own health. By wreaking havoc on wildlife habitats with our roads and buildings and suburban lawns, we’ve thrown biodiversity out of balance. Like canaries in a coal mine, our declining bird populations are warning us that our environmental health is in jeopardy. Feeding backyard birds is a simple yet effective way to favorably affect bird populations and encourage and sustain biodiversity.

It’s a natural sequence: the more you feed the birds, the greater number of birds will survive to raise their young. The more you feed the birds during nesting season, the less time the parents will need to stay away from the nest foraging for food. The better the baby birds are fed, the higher their survival rate. The more baby birds that survive, the more insects they consume. The fewer insects you have, the fewer chemicals you’ll have to use. The fewer chemicals you use, the faster your immediate environment will be brought back into balance. The more that your immediate environment is in balance, the more natural predators of insects you’ll have. The fewer chemicals you use, the healthier you, your children, your pets, your yard and the water supply will be. The healthier the habitat is, the more birds there will be. The more you feed the birds, the sooner all of this will happen.

So just feed birds, and make a world of difference.

Dimensions 4 x .25 x 2.125 in
Construction

Durable coated glossy pages with sturdy metal clamp ring

1 review for Birds at the Feeder Identification Guide (JFB-IDBK)

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Chris

    This little guide book is adorable and informative. I bought three, one for each of my young grandchildren and one for my wildlife biologist daughter who will love looking at it. I have one which I love because it is quick, laminated and extremely helpful. Great little stocking stuffer too.

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