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Birds
In honor of National Bird Day (January 5), this month’s newsletter focuses on the only animals that have feathers. Birds range greatly in size, from tiny hummingbirds to the ostrich. Some, like robins, are common, while many others are rare and endangered.

Birds
IN THIS ISSUE
 
Learning Materials Share your success
Image:
beaks
Video:
Nest Building







Britannica e-books

Animals That Fly
and Birds That Don’t


Animals That Fly and Birds That Don’t

Engaging text describes animals that don’t always do what the rest of their species do.

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Britannica Blog

In the last month alone, hundreds of articles have been added or revised to the Elementary and Middle School levels of Britannica School. Take a look below to see a few of these new updates!

ALA Midwinter Meeting

Attending the 2015 ALA Midwinter Meeting in Chicago?

Stop by booth #3117 to Meet the Britannica Editors and have some fun with our team!

Unable to attend? Check out our interviews with members of our Editorial staff at info.eb.com/blog.


From Teachers For Teachers

Research shows that the #1 way that educators like to hear about new resources is through “Word of Mouth.”

Hear what your colleagues have to say about Britannica School: info.eb.com/teachers


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