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Saving Birds: Heroes Around the World

Author: Salmansohn, Pete Set In . . .
 Asia, China, North America, USA, California, Oceania, New Zealand, Middle East, Israel, Jerusalem, Central America, Mexico, Chiapas, Malaysia, Sarawak
Genre: Children's
Time Frame: 2000s
Published: 2003
Description:

* An Editors' Choice Audubon Book *
* John Burroughs List *
* Outstanding Science Children’s Trade Book?CBC/NSTA; Best Book?Science Books and Films *
* Best Children’s Books for the Year?Bank Street College of Education *

Can people save black robins from extinction in New Zealand? Will puppet shows and posters in the rainforests of Mexico protect the colorful quetzal? Can painted turkey feathers keep hornbills from being wiped out in Malaysia? Will decoys and sound recordings fool a handsome seabird into nesting again on Devil’s Slide Rock off the coast of California?

There are many kinds of heroes in our world. In these six multicultural stories you'll learn about young people and grownups fighting against the odds to save wild birds -- and about the birds themselves, some on the brink of extinction. color photography
  
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