Shall we find out about mysterious flying birds? Future-oriented smart book combined with augmented reality. See realistic images Have fun reading Experience and observe active living birds with augmented reality. 3D Augmented Reality App (for Android and Apple) Move the birds where you want ...Show more
The albatross is a creature of legend, poetry and dreams. But today, over three-quarters of albatross species are edging towards extinction. This book is a celebration of these amazing birds, featuring photographs by award-winning wildlife photographer Tui De Roy, the latest research by leading internat ...Show more
The interactive bird book you have been waiting for. Beautiful photos, quirky art and QR-codes set this book apart. Birds are not part of the furniture! They are amazing animals with all kinds of special adaptations. They have no teeth, don't sweat and wear feathers. They also lay eggs and spread seeds. ...Show more
New Zealand boasts exceptional species of birds; a quarter of the birdlife lives nowhere else on the planet. With the concerted focus on bird recovery, through sanctuaries, the Department of Conservation and volunteer groups, native birds are abundant, and those struggling species are continually growin ...Show more
Listening to birdsong provides a huge amount of pleasure to people all around the world, but which species are the most melodious and produce the best songs? Hannu J nnes has created this beautifully illustrated and very useful book and App combination, bringing together 70 species with the most remark ...Show more
A picture book for 2-5 year olds, Whose Beak is This'lets children guess the identity of iconic New Zealand birds from the pictures of their beaks, while finding out some facts about the birds along the way.
Did you know it's the emu father who protects the chicks? Follow a doting dad as he keeps his brood safe--from when they're granite-green eggs until they're all grown up. In the open eucalyptus forest of Australia, an emu as tall as a human settles down on his nest to warm and protect the eggs left by h ...Show more
Tui is an intimate and rare look at the beginning of a tui’s life. It is presented as a series of photographs showing the 37-day development of a pair of tui from eggs to fledglings. The author is a photographer living at Lake Tarawera, surrounded by native forest and an abundant variety of bird l ...Show more
Category: Birds | Series: Mini Guide to the Identification of New Zealand...
Condensed version of: Which New Zealand bird? : a simple step-by-step guide to the identification of New Zealand's native and introduced birds.
What makes a bird a bird? Read all about birds, find out where they live, how they breathe and what they eat. How are birds born and how do they grow and learn? A simple fun quiz helps readers recall what they have read. A perfect one-stop shop for help with homework assignments!