Birds of the Air

This is a reprint of a 1901 series which introduces the youthful reader to bird life, beginning with birds of home and garden and ending with water birds and birds of prey. Children learn how to identify birds, why birds sing songs, how they build nests, lay eggs, and raise their young, where they sleep, and how they feed in summer, migrate in autumn, and survive the winter. Eight color illustrations and numerous black and white drawings complement the text.

Table of Contents:

  • Birds We Know
  • The Song of Birds
  • The Nests of Birds
  • Birds’ Eggs
  • Baby Birds
  • Birds Feeding Their Young
  • Where Do Birds Sleep?
  • Feeding in Summer
  • Migrating in Autumn
  • Bird-Food in Winter
  • Other Small Birds
  • Birds of Prey
  • Rooks and Their Companions
  • Web-Footed Birds
  • Bird Enemies

 

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