Nests and Eggs Bird Study: Redwing Blackbird. Noisy chatterers and social, they helpfully eat injurious insects and weed seeds. Resources & free notebooking pages.
Nests and Eggs Bird Study: The Kingbird. Bold and fearless, kingbirds prefer to live in close proximity to dwellings. Resources & free notebooking pages.
Nests and Eggs Bird Study: The Orchard Oriole. Similar to the Baltimore Oriole, but smaller. Found at the tops of trees singing his sweet song. Resources & free notebooking pages.
Nests and Eggs Bird Study: The Catbird. His song resembles the meow of a cat. You'll find him at the top of a dense thicket. Resources & free notebooking pages.
Nests and Eggs Bird Study: The Wood Pewee. A lovable and adventuresome citizen of highly-wooded areas in North America. Resources & free notebooking pages.
Nests and Eggs Bird Study: The Cedar Waxwing. A gregarious, nomadic denizen of wooded areas in North America. Resources & free notebooking pages.
Nests and Eggs of Birds of the United States by Gentry is a free eBook that provides a unique look at birds in their natural setting. Part of our free bird studies.
On January 6, 1912, the United States welcomed the 47th state — New Mexico. Unit Resources.
Poems (1921) | Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)
Mountain Interval (1916) | Robert Frost (1874–1963)
Through the Looking-Glass (1871) | Lewis Carroll (1832–1898)
Poems by Emily Dickinson (1891) | Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)
November 2, 1883 | Emma Lazarus (1849–1887)
The Brook—Break, Break, Break—Sweet and Low—And The Eagle (1891) | Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809–1892)
Lilliput Lyrics (1899) | William Brighty Rands (1823–1882)
During a thunderstorm on September 3, 1970, hail formed, creating the heaviest hailstone of the 20th century. The hailstone fell on Coffeyville, Kansas. It weighed 1.67 pounds and had a circumference of 17.5 inches. That record has now been broken,…
The Rural Muse, Poems (1835) | John Clare (1793–1864)
The Poems of Celia Thaxter (1914) | Celia Thaxter (1836–1894)
Poems by Mary E. Coleridge (1908) | Mary E. Coleridge (1861–1907)
Sing-song: A Nursery Rhyme Book by Christina Rossetti (1915) | Christina G. Rossetti (1830–1894)
Chicago Poems by Carl Sandburg (1916) | Carl Sandburg (1878–1967)
Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience by William Blake (1901) | William Blake (1757–1827)
Trees and Other Poems (1913) | Joyce Kilmer (1886–1918)
Blaise Pascal was a scientist, mathematician, inventor, and theologian who was born on June 19, 1623. Unit resources.