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Marvels of Creation: Breathtaking Birds

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Buddy & Kay Davis

Did you know…

  • The arctic tern migrates each year from the Arctic to the Antarctic approximately 24,000 miles (38,400 km)!
  • The roadrunner is the world’s fastest running bird which also has flight capability.
  • The wild turkey can change the color of its head to white, purple, blue, or red depending upon its mood.
  • The bright pink color of a flamingo is directly affected by its diet.

What an incredible design these animals have! The Master Creator made such wonderful and beautiful animals for our enjoyment!

Children and adults both will delight in this illustrated guide to birds of the world. Filled with spectacular photographs and “bird brevities” it is great for any home or school library.

And God created … every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good (Genesis 1:21).

Hardback: 80 pages

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Buddy & Kay Davis

Did you know…

  • The arctic tern migrates each year from the Arctic to the Antarctic – approximately 24,000 miles (38,400 km)!
  • The roadrunner is the world’s fastest-running bird which also has flight capability.
  • The wild turkey can change the color of its head to white, purple, blue, or red depending upon its mood.
  • The bright pink color of a flamingo is directly affected by its diet.

What an incredible design these animals have! The Master Creator made such wonderful and beautiful animals for our enjoyment!

Children and adults both will delight in this illustrated guide to birds of the world. Filled with spectacular photographs and “bird brevities” – it is great for any home or school library.

And God created … every winged fowl after his kind: and God saw that it was good (Genesis 1:21).

Hardback: 80 pages

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Weight 0.8 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 x 8.5 x .5 in

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