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Bird Watching

Updated: Aug 7, 2020

Make sure you have on a warm coat, and head outside to your backyard or local park. Sit in a quiet area, and see what birds you can find. You might need to look in the trees, on the ground or even in the sky for birds that fly past.

How many can you find? Can you identify them? You could draw a picture of your favourite bird.

You can print out this wonderful poster of birds in Victoria. http://birdsinbackyards.net/Backyard-Birds-Victoria

It’s produced by Birds in Backyards, and is a terrific resource if you are interested in birds (ttp://birdsinbackyards.net).

#birds #Creative #Nature #numeracy

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