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Bird-Watching Projects for Kids

Bird Talk Bird-Watching Project

Could you make yourself understood using peeps and squawks? Find out with the Bird Talk Bird-Watching Project

What You'll Need:

  • Patience
  • Imagination
  • A willing friend
  • One free hour

As humans, we take our ability to communicate for granted. But what if you suddenly had only chirps and peeps to make your ideas understood? What if our words -- hundreds and hundreds of them -- were replaced with bird-like tweets and whistles? Take an hour to find out. Try to share one hour with a friend or family member without saying a single word. Chirp when you're hungry. Squawk when you don't like what you've heard. Whistle a happy song when you're content. See if words are the only sounds worth understanding. Then, go outside and try to have a conversation with the birds you see.Keep reading for more great bird-watching projects.For more fun crafts and bird-watching activities, check out:

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