50 Birds, 50 States
California - Ep. 2
MC Cali the valley quail takes Barry the bald eagle around the United States's most populated state: California. The Golden State has the largest economy of any state in the country. From agriculture to technology to movie-making, Californians keep busy while enjoying some of the most stunning scenery around.
In this issue of National Geographic Kids, you'll meet dive-bombing puffins and super-swimming penguins. Then find out how clever scientists helped save island foxes after their habitat was dangerously altered. You'll also get the scoop on cool technology. Plus get a free pullout poster. And check out the giveaway page from February 14 to 21 for a chance to win a copy of the National Geographic Kids book Puffins vs. Penguins.
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- Guinness World Records: Read astonishing stories about a cute, fuzzy rabbit, a seriously expensive gem, and 299 students jumping rope 25 times.
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