Far Out! A Guide to Exploring Nature with Binoculars by Christina Wildson, John Barbar, Dick Twinney

By Christina Wildson, John Barbar, Dick Twinney

With some distance Out! Exploring Nature with Binoculars, not just do youngsters get their very own set of binoculars, yet additionally they get to learn attention-grabbing proof approximately animals. The advisor explains tips to use the binoculars, what animals to seem for in several habitats, and the way to monitor them, in addition to convenient tips about exploring nature.

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Soon after, the leaves will begin to fall, forming a deep carpet on the forest floor. In the spring, the trees will grow new leaves. Raccoon A raccoon has a black mask around its eyes and black rings around its tail. Its slim “fingers” help it feel for food in water— or turn doorknobs so it can sneak into cabins and find snacks. White-tailed Deer Male white-tailed deer grow antlers and are bigger than females. Fawns have spots. Frightened deer stamp their feet and snort loudly to warn other deer of danger.

Find several long, sturdy sticks and push them into the ground. Drape your sheet or bedspread over them. Leave a small opening in front to look through with your binoculars. A large box painted brown makes a great blind if you can leave it in place after you set it up. See if you can snag a box that once held something big like a refrigerator—and set it up in your yard, a meadow, or a field. Meadowlark This bird has a yellow breast marked with a black V. It often perches on a post or shrub to sing its beautiful song.

Poke your binoculars out of the neck hole and be as still as you can. You can also bring along an old sheet or a bedspread to use as a blind. Find several long, sturdy sticks and push them into the ground. Drape your sheet or bedspread over them. Leave a small opening in front to look through with your binoculars. A large box painted brown makes a great blind if you can leave it in place after you set it up. See if you can snag a box that once held something big like a refrigerator—and set it up in your yard, a meadow, or a field.

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