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Birds In Their Homes by Addison Webb
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Birds In Their Homes (1947)

by Addison Webb

Other authors: Sabra Mallett Kimball (Illustrator)

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This book has a few basic facts on a wide variety of birds. The focus of the book is on nest-building, and the birds are sorted by type of nest, but the book also mentions a few other things about the birds, such as what they eat. A young birder is sure to enjoy this book, even though the illustrations of the birds are sometimes scary. ( )
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