We are spending some much needed time outside these days in the warm weather. The kids are having so much fun being more active and making spring discoveries. Have you noticed a lot more birds around lately? Would you like a journal to keep track of what you are seeing?
How about a free bird journal complements of Doodles and Jots? This journal included 20 bird types and 8 blanks for you to add additional ones. We live in coastal New England so the birds included may be a little different than what you have so feel free to print extra blanks.
Simply print this PDF Bird journal (in preferences, choose double sided printing) then fold in half and staple.
If you need help identifying birds check out All About Birds. It is a great resource!
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Check out this very interesting post about Osprey from Pragmatic Mom. It includes info on migration, a hunting video, raptor book recommendations, and a little surprise!