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Parrots For Kids – Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers

Parrots For Kids Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers

Bestselling author John Davidson presents “Parrots For Kids – Amazing Animal Books For Young Readers”. Beautiful Pictures and easy reading format will help children fall in love with Parrots. This is one of over 30 books in the Amazing Animal Books for Young Readers Series.

The series is known as one of the most beautiful on the ereaders. The pictures look great even in black and white and are excellent on the full color ereaders.
Lots of facts and photos will help your children learn about this wonderful animal. Children are given a well-rounded understanding of this beautiful animal: its anatomy, feeding habits and behavior.

*** You and your kids will love learning about Parrots***

Table of Contents
Introduction
About Parrots
Features of Parrots
Where parrots live
Diet of Parrots
Intelligent Skills- mimicry and Speech
Parrots as Pets
Love Birds
Parakeets
Cockatiels
Cockatoos
African Greys
Macaws
Parrots in various cultures
Conservation of parrots
Fun facts about parrots
Author Bio

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Introduction
If you happen to visit a zoo in your childhood, I am pretty sure that you must have been mesmerized by the beauty of parrots and intrigued by the different varieties found in that enclosure. If a zoo could hold such an amazing collection, imagine the spectacular shows the parrots may put up in the wild apart from finding rare species in their very own natural habitat. What a wonderful sight it would be!
Especially when it comes to bird watching, parrots are a real treat to watch because of their spectacular shades of colors and their vivid behavioral patterns. Whether it is big, medium sized or large, parrots are special in their own way.
Parrots are real entertainers. There is no doubt about that. You may know that parrots can ‘talk’. But how is that possible? Do you know why they ‘talk’ and what helps them ‘talk’? Did you know that some parrots have some personality in them and require attention? Fascinating isn’t it?
Come join us as we explore the world of parrots, where we will be learning about different parrot varieties, their behavior and most importantly – why and how do they ‘talk’. Read more..

The Wonderful World of Birds – How to Make Friends With Our Feathered Friends

The Wonderful World of Birds – How to Make Friends With Our Feathered Friends

Table of Contents
Introduction
Knowing More about the Birds around You – Fun Facts of the More Common Bird Species
Blackbirds
Sparrows
Hawks
Cranes
Goldfinch
Ducks
Blue Jays
Chickadees
Egrets
Vultures
Falcons
Gulls
Finches
Owls

The Territorial Rights of Birds
How to Make Bird Houses
Different Styles of Bird Houses
Special Birdhouse Plans for Different Bird Species
Taking Care of Your Bird Pets
Feeding Your Feathered Friends
Starting A Bird Watching Club
Conclusion

Our books are available at:

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Introduction
Did you know that some of the birds which people believed would never ever be extinct because they were so numerous have disappeared in the 20th and the 21st century? The last passenger pigeon, which once covered the skies of North America, died in captivity in 1904. In the same manner, it took just five years to kill off all the vultures, the Kites, the Eagles and the house sparrow (Passer Domesticus) and many other birds once common in cities, in parts of the Indian subcontinent. Blame it all on pesticides and also humans encroaching the natural habitats of birds.
So why should you be interested in the wonderful world of birds, you may ask? Well, it is a well-known fact that a number of bird species are disappearing from the face of the earth, just like the Great Auk and the dodo at the rate of 10- 25 per year. So what, you may say, after all, there are so many other birds to choose from. Just calculate. 25 species going extinct per year, never to make their appearance on earth again. At this rate, we are not going to see a living bird in the next 50 to 75 years. That is reality. There may come a generation, which may ask its grandparents, “what were those silly little creatures, you called birds? We can just hear their songs on audio. What were they like to look at?” And the grandparents trying desperately to describe the magic world of birds.
Imagine a world without nightingales singing in Berkeley Square, bluebirds flying over the white cliffs of Dover, peacocks in purple adorning and other such songbirds disappearing from your windowsill, garden and lives. Imagine no bird nesting in your garden or waking you up to birdsong, bright and early in the morning. So if you begin to take an interest in birds, there is a chance that you may want to help save them and your children might grow up to be keen ornithologists. Read more…