Bird-Watching Projects for Kids


Watch the Birdie Bird-Watching Project

Document which fine feathered friends call your home "home" in the Watch the Birdie Bird-Watching Project.

What You'll Need:

  • Bird feeders
  • Bird seed
  • Paper
  • Pen or pencil

Our fine feathered friends help maintain the balance of nature. When you keep a record of just what birds flutter by your window, you begin to understand how that balance works. Why not set a few minutes aside each day to keep track of which birds (and how many) call your house "home sweet home"? Use a few inexpensive bird feeders filled with seed to draw your birds near. Then sit back and enjoy the show, making sure to take notes on what you see and when you see it.For more fun crafts and bird-watching activities, check out:

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