Made with rendered beef suet and peanuts, so birds love 'em.. I usually sprinkle some on the ground near my feeders. These are easy for song birds to grab and carry away. My dog thinks these are dog treats and eats them when I put them out for the birds.
Dried mealworms are a great for birds that don't eat seeds. Also a great of source of proteien when parents have a nest full of open mouths to feed., as mealworms are great for parents and babies alike. I've even seen my backyard lizards eating the mealworms.
If you're looking for places to hike in San Diego, this the perfect choice. It not only gives a variety of locations, but it has difficutly ratings and indicates which hikes are dog friendly. There are versions for hikes up and down California, as well as Tahoe/Reno, Las Vegas, and Denver areas.
Wanna be able to tell a canine from a feline track? How about a raccoon from an opposum? Unlike some field guides, this book teaches about more than just the look of the track. It also goes into animal behavior, which can be the key to identifying the animal that left the track. It covers other sign left by animals, like scrapes, scat, beds, etc
There are many different field guides available, but I've always preferred Peterson because it has drawings that point out specific field marks. Photographs are great, but only show one view of the bird, and if the photo doesn't show the specific field mark that helps ID that species, its hard to be sure what you're seeing.
As with the bird field guide, this one has drawings and points out field marks. It also includes a section that helps you key out some animals to the specific species.. An example is the toes on lizard species are different.. Peterson also has more field guides for different parts of the country, and the same goes for birds.
I love pocket size magnifiers that I can pull out and hold over tiny plants lick Pixie Cup Lichen or Scarlet Pimpernel flowers to see things you can’t see with the naked eye. Also great for tiny insects and to look at barbs on a feather found on the ground.
8x21 High-Resolution Optics Mini Compact Binocular for Boys and Girls
Most kids love to look through binoculars, but its hard to hand over an expensive pair knowing they may get dropped. So, getting kids their own is a great option. These are real binoculars and not expensive at all. They come in different colors, too!