A little research will help to get the most of your viewing experience. Each National Park has a website locate a park near you. Some wonderful books for children are: Sharing Nature with Children, 20th Anniversary Edition by Joseph
Bharat Cornell Wonders of Nature (Little Golden Book) by Jane Werner Watson and Eloise Wilkin My Nature Journal: A Personal Nature Guide for Young People by Adrienne Olmstead I Love Dirt!: 52 Activities to Help You and Your Kids Discover the Wonders of Nature by Jennifer Ward, Susie Ghahremani and Richard Louv Nature Sparks: Connecting Children's Learning to the Natural World by Aerial Cross Keep Looking! by Joyce Hunt, Millicent Selsam and Normand Chartier Who Pooped in the Park? by Steve Kemp and Robert Rath Illustrated Nature Encyclopedia: Animals in the Wild (Illustrated Wildlife Encyclopedia) by Michael ChineryView
slideshow:Leaf Rubbings Wildlife viewing can be an exciting day trip for the whole family. Photo credit: R. R. Cratty Top Travel DestinationsTop Travel Destinations You don't have to go to a zoo or to distant lands to see animals in the wild.