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  • Title: Fire Birds
  • Author: Sneed B. Collard III
  • ISBN: 9780984446070
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Hardcover

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About "Sneed B. Collard III"

  1. Sneed B. Collard III

    Sneed B Collard III see also Sneed B Collard is a biologist, world traveler, speaker, and author of than eighty books for young people, include the novels Dog Sense, Double Eagle, The Governor s Dog is Missing, and Hangman s Gold His two recent science titles, Fire Birds and Hopping Ahead of Climate Change, both were featured on the NSTA CBC Outstanding Science Trade Books list and named Silver Honorees for the Eureka Nonfiction Award by the California Reading Association Hopping is also a finalist for the prestigious AAAS Subaru SBF Prize for Middle Grade Science Collard holds degrees from the University of California at Berkeley and U.C Santa Barbara He lives in Montana.

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  1. For years Smokey the Bear warned people about the problems associated with forest fires But what if Smokey s message was not quite correct Collard researches the truth by interviewing scientists on how fires in wild areas are actually healthy happenings Burned forests are the only home for many bird species, like the Black backed Woodpecker When natural forest fires are suppressed or burned areas are unwisely logged, these birds lose their homes, food, and protection But birds are not the only s [...]

  2. Forest fires are bad, right Think again Forest fires actually provide the preferred habitat for 15 different species of bird and many types of plants You ll meet these 15 birds in this book For a long time, the US s policy was to fight every forest fire, but this may not actually be the best thing for our environment Certainly we need to fight fires that threaten human lives and homes, but other fires create habitats for birds like woodpeckers who nest in dead trees and feast on the surge of bee [...]

  3. This book has a lot of potential in the 3 5th grade classroom and even in middle school as a writing mentor for argument writing It can be used as a mentor text for writing non narrative nonfiction as well as opinion argument writing The author makes a clear case that while the media and many may think burnt forests are a bad thing, these forests are critical habitats, home to many kinds of birds Towards the end of the book, Collard addresses different viewpoints those who believe letting forest [...]

  4. Fire Birds by Sneed Collard the third When you have seen a burned forest, did you think it was a waste of land This clever book puts a new perspective on that idea Fire birds shows us the importance of taking care of our environment It also illustrates how the fire birds can thrive Teachers may use this for Science Grades 4 8 Individual students may read this together to learn about the importance of taking care of our environment Small groups may read this and work together to form their own r [...]

  5. Excellent nonfiction and perfect for use in the 3 5th grade classroom as it meets many CCSS I learned so much as an adult and found the book extremely interesting myself Beautiful photographs, science and nature information clearly explained make this a wonderful book for kids to enjoy individually as well Differing points of view on management of a burned forest are well presented another big plus for CCSS use.

  6. This book was very unique It taught me that while forest fires are looked upon as 100% bad, there are good things that come from them The fires are critical habitats for some birds This book is great for grades 2 4, especially those who are interested in environmental science.

  7. Categories Genres for this class fulfilled by this book Non FictionEstimate of age level of interest Grades 5 8Estimate of reading level Grade 6Brief description This book describes the surprising virtue of natural wildfires, focusing on their benefit to 15 bird species that thrive in burned habitat as well as the natural regeneration of woodlands that occurs The book is informative about the scientific debate about wildfire causes, their environmental impact, and the lack of adequate attention [...]

  8. This provides and excellent debate over the value of forest fires, and seems a challenge to the U.S Forest Service to rethink their mission and their message.This is an excellent example of the scientific process, and how a life time interest Collard has always been a bird watcher can spark no pun intended a long term process I also like how this project is not finished and Collard shows how it will need to continue to be studied in the future.The introduction of several scientists with varying [...]

  9. Natural forest fires can be a positive force in encouraging healthy new trees and wildlife Sneed Collard explains the powerful role wildlife biologist play in advising the U.S Forest Service on how to rejuvenate burned forests, promoting growth in plants and wildlife A focus on Fire Birds such as the Hairy Woodpecker describe how these fire birds are able to find the nutrients and habitat they need in order to flourish in these areas Burned forest teem with wildlife springing up to rejuvenate th [...]

  10. Reading the events calendar in the local weekly newspaper, I often come across appealing happenings that involve science or nature and I get excited about goingy to be let down when I read that it is for kids only I felt like that a bit, after I saw this was aimed at children, but it is still informative and has plenty of awesome pictures The changing way society deals with wildfires is an important topic, and using birds to introduce the subject to younger readers is a fine way to do socommende [...]

  11. Smokey the Bear taught us that forest fires only cause destruction, but he was overlooking a few details Collard explains that while fires can threaten property and endanger people, burned areas create habitat for birds and other animals and allow for plant regeneration He ends with the message that forest fires are a complicated issue further study is needed to fully understand their impact Engaging text and large glossy photos make the message accessible and will inspire further investigation [...]

  12. This book is educational It shows the research multiple individuals have done about the need for forest fires and the good that they do, particularly for birds Since the small rodents who prey on bird eggs are gone the various species of birds are able to grow and thrive I love how colorful many of the birds are the way that they add color to burnt forests.I m grateful that in a few states that people are listening to the studies that have been done and are cleaning up forest fires in a way to b [...]

  13. This was a nice informational text that takes what many of us believe about forest fires and turns it upside down Forest fires can be good it can create homes for many new species of plants, flowers, etc and as this book focuses on is important for many species of birds in nesting and survival Beautiful photographs, good back matter, not too long, good text placement Overall a solid nonfiction selection.

  14. Very interesting theory presented here based on observations by an ornithologist, Dick Hutto, that naturally occurring forest fires are part of the cycle of nature and they have benefits to bird habitat and future forest growth Well illustrated with photos of western U S birds and forest fires Good list of resources for further study of the subject, even a youtube video produced by the Audubon Society is listed.

  15. A great booke world is full of mysteries to explore and understand, including a forest after being burned I am grateful for the scientists who are working to understand the impact of forces such as fire This book put me in mind of the Scientists in the Field Series, which include books by Sy Montgomery I also now want to re read an essay about forestry practices in Wendell Berry s newest book of essays, Our Only World.

  16. What a fine example of nonfiction for my student researchers The author writes about a unique topic, one that will cause them to realize that all fires are not necessarily bad The text is perfect for upper elementary readers and it is enhanced by information at the end that provides additional resources.

  17. Interesting and easy to understand, I was fascinated by this reminder that it s an ill wind that blows no good While many animals, including humans, are alarmed by forest fires, many kinds of birds actually flourish in these environments The author presents several viewpoints, making for a very balanced read.

  18. Collard explores how a forest devastated by a fire slowly recuperates, focusing on the work of biologist Richard Hutto, who studies the birds that thrive in burned forests Fascinating and informative with great color photographs.

  19. I bought this book for the library so that all readers can have access to information about biodiversity I think the writing is sophisticated enough for the high school age group and written at a reading level that will meet low level readers needs.

  20. A nice look at how forest fires are not completely horrible for the environment I like how it discusses the natural progression of a forest after a fire and explains how people came to have the views they do about forest fires A good book for studying ecosystems.

  21. Gorgeous and colorful photographs interesting information A great book to prompt discussion and debate on forest fires.

  22. Very detailed and enjoyable book about the role of fire in a woodland ecosystem and the birds that depend on the fires.

  23. One of a kind information on the benefits of burned forest for habitation of wildlife, especially birds Photographs add great information and depth to the story.

  24. Very interesting look at the impact of natural forest fires on wildlife, especially birds I m especially interested in this given the number of high profile wildfires in California.

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