The guide can be about birds or butterflies or plants—anything natural you find in your yard. If you don’t have your own green space, visit a local park or a schoolyard.
Outdoor activities include exploring, observing, drawing, or photographing plants and animals. Indoor activities include research, writing, and the creation of your book. You can work on your project for an hour, a day, or throughout the year.
Your pages can be simple or more descriptive to include the time, date, and location you discovered the animal, what it was doing, and information you research on the web or at the library. Get started now with these tips to create your own field guide.
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