Nature has many lessons to offer, and some of her teachers wear feathers. The curiosities, cleverness, and cuteness of birds are showcased here in exceptional images handpicked from the portfolios of professional wildlife photographers. From breaking out of a shell to leaving the nest, from mate-finding to migrating, from surviving to thriving, our feathered friends share birdseeds of wisdom, dipped in the nectar of fun. With forty-eight images alongside insightful and humorous tips, What Birds Tech Us is a visual and inspiring treat for anyone who enjoys birds.
|Publisher:||Willow Creek Press, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||5.80(w) x 5.80(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Bonnie Louise Kuchler is the author of twenty-five gift books, with over 350,000 copies sold. She lives where the toes of mountains touch the sea, on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State, which is home to over 200 species of birds. When Bonnie is not writing, she is often nature-walking, taking pictures, gardening, or chatting with her favorite neighbors--a herd of black-tailed deer and a nesting pair of eagles