John James Audubon is known for his work studying and cataloguing the birds of North America. From a young age, Audubon loved to draw birds. After several failed business attempts as an adult, he and his family moved to Louisiana, and he started painting pictures of birds in their natural habitats.
He created Birds of America, which included hundreds of color images of the birds he had studied. But no publisher in the United States would publish it. He took it to a British publisher, and the work became extremely famous.
Introduce your children to some of the many birds Audubon painted during his lifetime with this FREE Audubon Birds Notebooking Journal.
This post is part of the Science Notebooking Journals Series
This FREE Audubon Birds Notebooking Journal includes 28 of the birds Audubon studied. There is a notebooking page for each bird, a blank page for students to draw the bird, and a color picture of each bird in the reference guide (which can be printed or simply viewed online).
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Have fun discovering the following birds in this unit:
- American Goldfinch
- American Redstart
- Baltimore Oriole
- Barred Owl
- Bewick’s Wren
- Black-billed Cuckoo
- Carolina Turtle-dove
- Cedar Bird (Cedar Waxwing)
- Crested Titmouse
- Loggerhead Shrike
- Louisiana Waterthrush
- Painted Finch
- Prairie Warbler
- Purple Grackle
- Purple Martin
- Red-headed Woodpecker
- Red-shouldered Hawk
- Ruby-throated Hummingbird
- Ruffed Grouse
- Snow Bird
- Song Sparrow
- Stanley Hawk
- Towhe Bunting
- Traill’s Flycatcher
- White-throated Sparrow
- Yellow-billed Cuckoo
We hope you enjoy this FREE Audubon Birds Notebooking Journal! Scroll down for your FREE instant download!
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