I am always inspired by fellow bloggers, particularly fellow homeschooling mamas who have an active interest in the outdoors!
One of my favorite blogs to follow is Small Things — where Ginny blogs about her family, her reads, her farm, and her knits. While I aspire to someday become a proficient knitter, I do enjoy reading about the adventures she and her family have together.
One of her recommendations was for the Readers Digest: North American Wildlife identification book. I knew when I read this that it would be the perfect gift for my youngest son who is a lover of all things animal. Needless to say, it has been a hit with our family! It’s great to take with us on road trips. We keep it in our nature nook, which is located in our kitchen/dining room area.
We’ve been working on our small gardening area to attract more wildlife and increase our lifetime bird lists — one bird at a time!
Is there a birding or wildlife identification book you can’t live without? One that is always at the ready, or have you gone digital with an app?
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