Birds of the Dooryard VHS Video 20 Minute Program $ 19.95
Do you wonder how you can enhance the area around your home and school to provide food and shelter to bring your feathered neighbors into view, just beyond your windows? Like humans, birds have three basic requirements for survival: food, water and shelter. In this beautifully photographed video, you will learn to recognize the birds of the dooryard and their requirements for nesting sites. The Indians hung up hollow gourds for cavity nesting birds to use. Learn which species will readily accept man-made nest boxes and birdhouses. Watch cardinals feeding on berries, a phoebe feeding its young in their mud nest, woodpeckers, goldfinches, grosbeaks, titmice, chickadees and many other birds visiting the shelf feeders.
Approx. 20 minutes, for viewers of all ages. Click for FREEGlossary & Facts worksheet for this program.
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Photographed, produced and narrated by Dr. Leonard L. Rue III