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Have You Ever Heard of a Kangaroo Bird?: Fascinating Facts About Unusual Birds ePub download

by Barbara Brenner

  • Author: Barbara Brenner
  • ISBN: 0698204468
  • ISBN13: 978-0698204461
  • ePub: 1460 kb | FB2: 1465 kb
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Putnam Pub Group (July 1, 1980)
  • Pages: 48
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 118
  • Format: azw txt lrf mobi
Have You Ever Heard of a Kangaroo Bird?: Fascinating Facts About Unusual Birds ePub download

She followed this book with an educational picture book entitled Barto Takes the Subway, designed to improve reading comprehension and sight.

Barbara Brenner is a respected, award-winning author, specializing in works of both juvenile fiction and nonfiction educational material that deals with animals, nature, and ecology. Her interests range from the natural world (. Thinking about Ants) to American history (. Wagon Wheels), all of which are Librarian Note: There is more than one author by this name in the Goodreads database. She followed this book with an educational picture book entitled Barto Takes the Subway, designed to improve reading comprehension and sight vocabulary.

Presents facts about unusual birds including the brightly colored puffin, the California condor, and an accomplished builder, the bowerbird.

Birds do the strangest things-like monitoring the temperature of a brooding mound by tongue, as the male .

Birds do the strangest things-like monitoring the temperature of a brooding mound by tongue, as the male malleefowl does. Or turning red in foot and beak as puffins do in mating time. Or living in symbiosis on a zebra's back like the African tickbird. Brenner introduces each of her two-page sketches with a question-which can be either lame and utilitarian (""Can a Bird Help Fishermen?"" Yes, Asian cormorants do), or narrowly focused (""Why Are Vultures Bald?.

Are you sure you want to remove Have you ever heard of a kangaroo bird? from your list? . Fascinating facts about unusual birds.

Are you sure you want to remove Have you ever heard of a kangaroo bird? from your list? Have you ever heard of a kangaroo bird? Fascinating facts about unusual birds. Published 1980 by Coward, McCann & Geoghegan in New York. Presents facts about unusual birds including the brightly colored puffin, the California condor, and an accomplished builder, the bowerbird.

A list of interesting facts that you didn’t know or didn’t guess of. Read and impress your friends with new discoveries! Dear best of the best Internet users, welcome to our fascinating site Motivational tips !

A list of interesting facts that you didn’t know or didn’t guess of. Read and impress your friends with new discoveries! Dear best of the best Internet users, welcome to our fascinating site Motivational tips ! Our world develops so fast that we can seldom be surprised with either scientific discoveries or ological advance. But you will be glad to know that interesting facts, you’ve never heard of, still exist! And believe me, in quantity.

Birds are among the most beautiful creatures on Earth. Picture of a Tinamous. The tearaway Tinamous is a shy bird and easily panicked. So let's take a light-hearted look at some fascinating and fun facts about birds. All birds have feathers and wings and a 'bill' or 'beak. Those are the basic things that define what a bird is. But the variations on that theme are mind-boggling. Let's take a look at my list of the top ten fun and interesting facts about birds. The real Roadrunner is a desert bird from southwest America Picture of a Tinamous.

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10 California Condor Unusual Birds. The biggest land rare bird in North America, yet it became extinct. The total number of renowned California condors around the world is 437, which are commonly found within some regions of Mexico, Canada, and United states. It is unusual because of its featherless head, brownish eyes, black feathers around its neck, and ivory colored bill. 9 Sri Lanka Frogmouth. It has a wide binocular vision and mainly found in Sri Lanka and Southwest India.

Many birds, such as starlings, sing notes too high for humans to hear. The ostrich is the only bird that willingly takes care of other females’ eggs. The chicks of large bird species often take the longest to hatch. Birds were used because they could kill animals beyond the range of a hunter’s weapon. Genghis Khan reportedly had 10,000 falconers.

Illustrations complement profiles of eighteen unusual birds, spotlighting cuckoos, chimney swifts, oilbirds, oxpeckers, zebra birds, and bowerbirds