Wildlife Ranger Action Guide: Track, Spot & Provide Healthy Habitat for Creatures Close to Home.
Empower young nature enthusiasts with the "Wildlife Ranger Action Guide" by Mary Kay Carson. As the concern for the well-being of creatures like honey bees and monarch butterflies grows, along with the awareness of climate change impacts, inspiring the next generation of citizen scientists is crucial. This guide equips kids to make a positive impact on the animals and insects they cherish, starting right in their own backyards.
Filled with dozens of engaging hands-on activities and habitat creation projects, such as transforming a kiddie pool into a frog pond, planting a pollinator garden for bees, painting a bat house, and constructing a lodge for lizards, this guide encourages children to learn about and actively protect local wildlife. Each project ignites their curiosity and empowers them to play a direct role in safeguarding their natural surroundings.
Accompanied by lively photographic field guides featuring 78 North American wildlife species, young rangers will delve into the fascinating habits and habitats of each creature. These guides also offer valuable tips for providing the necessary plants and food to support their survival. Through exploration, observation, and action, kids will develop a deep appreciation for the wildlife around them and gain practical knowledge to foster a healthy ecosystem.
Inspire the next generation of wildlife protectors with the "Wildlife Ranger Action Guide." Together, let's encourage children to become advocates for local wildlife, fostering a sense of responsibility and cultivating a love for the natural world right at their doorstep.