Do your kids love bugs, birds and other critters?
Want to find ways to get them to enjoy the outdoors?
Start watching wildlife with your kids. To learn how to make it fun to observe wildlife in action, I interview David Mizejewski for this episode of the Parenting Adventures podcast.
More About This Show
The Parenting Adventures podcast is a show from My Kids’ Adventures.
It’s for parents (and grandparents) who are looking for creative things to do with their kids.
The show format is on-demand talk radio (also known as podcasting).
He hosted the Animal Planet show Backyard Habitat for four years, where he helped people transform their yards into habitats for birds.
He’s also made TV appearances on the Martha Stewart Show, Good Morning America and many other shows.
David shares ways to make it fun to watch wildlife with your kids.
You’ll discover simple things you can do to get out in nature, whether you find wildlife or you let wildlife find you.
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Looking for a way to share some of that fun with your own children?
Birdwatching is a great way to get the family out of the house and into nature.
In this article, I’ll show you how to have a birdwatching adventure with your kids from your own backyard and I’ll share a few projects and activities to make the experience last long after the birds have flown away.
Why Go Birdwatching?
Birdwatching will open up worlds to your kids that they never knew existed.
Exploring the great outdoors through birdwatching—even if it’s as close as your own backyard—gives you an opportunity to talk to your kids about how they see the world around them and what it means to them.
It gives your child a chance to discover and connect with the natural world.
Plus, it’s a fun way for your family to spend some time together outside.