Introduction: Since birds, like men, are largely diurnal creatures and share with us the familiar daytime world of color and sound, our association with them is, not surprisingly, a long and intimate one.
In North America, where four species have died out since the white man came, four to five million bird watchers are now concerned with the protection of the 650 species that still breed there.
Learning about nature has never been so much fun -- or so easy. Anyone, young or old, who can hold a pencil, brush, or crayon can quickly learn to identify nature with these coloring books based on the famous Peterson Field Guides. Once you have actually identified and colored an image, its filed marks will be engraved in your memory.
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