8x10 Educational Flip-Cards -
Designed to be used in classrooms for presentations or wall displays,
these 9x11.5 inch laminated cards feature a full-color 8x10 inch photo
on one side and a detailed description of the species on the other.
(A sample is shown below.)
Customers help define their own sets, so that only birds of interest are
Specific local topics (e.g. Common Birds of Our Park) can be targeted as
easily as programs with broad appeal (e.g. Endangered Birds of America).
Browse the COMPLETE IMAGE CATALOG or
CONTACT US to help you put together a set for
your area or educational need.
The excellent quality of the photographs also makes them appropriate for
eye-catching wall displays in classrooms, parks, or retail stores.
Extra laminated Description Backs are available for use in wall-displays.
Quantity discounts are available, when multiples of the same set are ordered.
Educational Flip-Card Features:
Full-color 8x10 photograph of a single bird species on one side.
Some flip-cards may use multiple photos to depict plumage differences, etc.
Information about that species on the back is grouped into:
Both common name and Latin name of the species are shown.
Information is presented in a large, sans serif font, in the same
orientation as the photo, so the teacher can quickly and easily refer to
the notes as the photograph is displayed to the class.
Laminated to stand up to heavy usage.
Laminated Description Backs are available at reduced cost, to facilitate
using the cards in wall displays (where back is hidden against the wall).
Sets are customized for the birds in your area.
Corners rounded to avoid injury.
Packaged in strong reclosable zippered plastic bag, made from recycled plastic.
Compact, portable, and waterproof - can be used inside or outside.
Old-fashioned, but dependable - no wires, no electric circuits, no
batteries - never needs re-booting!
Sample Educational Flip-Card
(Not shown actual size)
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