New Coloring Pages: Piping Plover and Broad-winged Hawk

Here are two new Birdorable coloring pages for some more coloring fun! They are the Piping Plover and Broad-winged Hawk! Go to Coloring Pages to download these and other PDFs and check the Meet the Birds page to check the colors.

Birdorable Coloring Pages: Piping Plover and Broad-winged Hawk

These downloads will be available until 15 May 2010. Check here for more coloring pages. Subscribe to the Birdorable Blog by RSS feed or by email to get notified when new downloads like this are added.

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Darwin's coloring pages on March 21, 2010 at 12:57 AM wrote:
The pictures of winged hawk and piping plover appear above are well drawn boldly. Best for young audience to colors that bold drawings and they have so much fun during their weekends.I like this post thanks a lot.

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