Everything bird is on display at Little Table



A new Library display (on the Little Table) could  pique  your interest in these amazing winged creatures.

Are  you  into…

bird photography?

painting or drawing birds?

Bird poetry?

Falconry!  with goshawks!

birdhouse building?

bird gardening?

bird migration?

books or music  with bird in the title?

bird/mindfulness coloring book?

bird origami?

taxidermy anyone?

raising backyard chickens?

Or perhaps you just feel like viewing them from your window or yard?  We have bird guides galore.



Plus if you like to sketch or draw or color  –    grab some paper and pencils.



         The following is a smattering of some materials you might discover

Alex and me: how a scientist and a parrot discovered a hidden world of animal intelligence – and formed a deep bond in the process by Irene M. Pepperberg.

Beaks, bones, and bird songs:  how the struggle for survival has shaped birds and their behavior by Roger J. Lederer  

Bird,  bee, and bug houses:  simple projects for your garden by Derek Jones

Bird by bird: some instructions on writing and life by Anne Lamott

The birds.  [videorecording] Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.  

Color me mindful:  Birds  (a coloring book) by Anastasia Catris  [uncatalogued]

The Firebird (sound recording) complete version.  By Stravinsky

Red bird: poems by Mary Oliver 

The Sibley guide to birds.  Written and illustrated by David Allen Sibley.

A spicing of birds: poems [poems for birders] by Emily Dickinson. 

The Goshawk by T.H. White   

H is for hawk by Helen Macdonald.  

The painted bird by Jerzy Kosinski

Watercolor basics: Drawing and painting birds by Shirley Porter

Winged migration [videorecording]  















Let us know if you’ve encountered any                                                                                    unusual birds this summer.


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