Backyard Animals and Nature Coloring Books Free Coloring Pages
Bear Cub In The Back Yard
Nature Coloring Books for Kids and Adults
There are many animals that live in or visit backyards. Backyard Nature Coloring Books have coloring pages that are inspired by nature. My backyard and garden are a place for amazing animal friends, and trees for some to live in, with gardens and flowers, and the forest all around.
It is neat that we can create our own decorative pictures from nature's awesome scenes. The back yard coloring books have beautiful mammals, baby birds in the nest, deer, chipmunks, squirrels, bunnies and many favorite trees and flowers in full bloom in gardens. There are detailed line drawings in these coloring pages of animals and nature!
I have featured the best nature coloring books for children, that are some of the top rated activity books for adults and seniors. Color therapy is a relaxing way to pass some time with my elderly mother doing something creative.
It is always so much fun to color with children who are learning about the animals and nature that are around us. Kids are fun to color with because they do not need to color within the lines with their crayons or colored pencils. Children can be so creative with color while they work off some stress and begin to relax while doing a fun activity.
Enjoy the photos of some of the wild animals that visit the back year.
Beautiful Pictures of Nature and Animals, PhotosClick thumbnail to view full-size
Backyard Nature and Animals Activity Book
This nature book has detailed line drawings of birds and animals in nature right in the backyard scenes. Coloring pictures of nature gives me the feeling of being outdoors. But, don't just take my word for it, read the reviews on Amazon. It has a 4 1/2 Star Rating!
One of my favorite places to be is in the yard, its four acres and is like being in a small park out in the middle of the wilderness. We have birds and wild animals coming to visit often and to eat. I spend a lot of time enjoying animals and nature in the backyard sitting on the porch or by the fire pit.
Coloring spring, summer and fall animals and nature coloring pages in the cold winter months is a great indoor activity for children to imagine being outdoors.
Woodpecker Free Coloring PagesClick thumbnail to view full-size
Photos of A Female Downy WoodpeckerClick thumbnail to view full-size
I Loved Discovering Nature In the Backyard As A Child
When I was growing up, a walk in the woods was just a step away from our backyard, so there was plenty of wildlife to discover and enjoy and we never knew what would be coming through our yard next. Maybe that is why I love the Backyard Nature Coloring Book so much. It reminds me of creatures I truly love.
Since I returned home to care for my Mom, I have been rediscovering what a joy it is to be able to be in the yard with the visiting critters of the forest.
Seagull Coloring PageClick thumbnail to view full-size
In Full Bloom: A Close-Up Coloring Book
In Full Bloom: A Close-Up Coloring Book For Ages 8 and up! 32 coloring pages of flowers. Some of the most beautiful gifts that nature has given us are colorful flowers. I love flowers, they have a way of making me feel better when I see them blooming and displaying their varying colorful arrays.
Bright and muted colors and pastels seem to be the colors I like to use for coloring in line drawings of flowers. I prefer colored pencils over crayons.
I look forward to the first flowers in bloom every spring. All through the growing season there is an array of colors as different plants show off their colors.
Flowers are a beautiful subject for coloring artists to meditate on while coloring pages and blowing off some steam. The faster I color, the more stress I release from the day, and soon I realize that I am relaxed and the strokes I take have slowed down. You see, coloring really is therapy for me.
Creating is a fun activity for senior citizens, like my dear Mom, who has Alzheimer's disease.
Pictures of Whitetail Deer in the BackyardClick thumbnail to view full-size
I Love Coloring Deer Pages
The Whitetail Deer has a thick tail that is white on the underside, they use it as a flag to warn other deer when they sense danger. We had deer coming into the backyard all the time.
Did you know that the Whitetail is the largest deer in North America? Whitetails like to live in open bushy areas, in forests, and swamps. They like to browse about in nature as they eat twigs, herbs, grass, shrubs, acorns, and fungi. These beautiful animals will also eat plants in orchards, vegetable gardens, farm fields, and even the flowers in yards near peoples' yards.
Deer are creatures of habit and will return once they find a food source. They can actually do some damage to plants and trees on properties when finding food is tough pickings during snow covered months or like the easy picking of flower gardens and vegetable gardens as their buffet. Many people supply hay for deer to eat in winter.
Deer are animals of habit and will return once they find a food source in someone's backyard.
Woodland Wild Animals Stained Glass Coloring Book
The Woodland Wild Animals Stained Glass Coloring Book is for people ages 8 and up, and has 16 coloring stained glass coloring pages. These are truly fun to color and to display on or near a window where the light will shine through them. Kids love to have their finished art work displayed, it makes them feel good about themselves to have someone recognize their talent and efforts.
Doe and Two Fawns Coloring Pages
Do you enjoy the animals in nature?
I Love Friendly Little Animals
Chipmunks are so cute, and they will warm up to humans like little critter friends sometimes do. They seem to be busy eating or gathering scraps of food to haul to their homes or storage areas all year. You can color pictures of these animals and nature in your own backyard.
Bald Eagle and RoseClick thumbnail to view full-size
I Was Blessed by a Bald Eagle Twice with Camera ReadyClick thumbnail to view full-size
Free Coloring Pages
State Birds and Flowers Coloring Book is a great book for all ages, its educational and is a high-quality coloring book with identifying captions. Yes, birds are wild animals too. It is one of my favorite coloring books in my collection! It's a treasure!
I love the drawings in the coloring book with all the state birds and flowers, and the USA national bird, the Bald Eagle and flower, the Rose.
They are royalty free coloring pages and can be found on Friends Across America.
Best Owl Coloring Page
Audubon's Birds of America
If you love coloring pages with scenes of nature with birds and flowers in bloom, this book will delight you as it has me. The Audubon's Birds of America coloring book is one of the BEST birds coloring books I have seen. The live drawings of birds in their natural habitats are educational for creative young artists to see they shapes and forms of the many different species of birds. The drawings are public domain so they can be use commercially for patterns.
Smokey Bear Coloring Page
My Hero is Smokey Bear
I grew up in the country and learned a lot of tips about fire safety from watching Smokey Bear on television. I took a photo of a sign and made it into a Smokey Bear free coloring page.
To this day, I still hope that one day, Smokey Bear will come walking out of the woods and give me a bear hug for being careful to be watchful when burning anything and for putting fires out. Its good to have water handy for fire safety.
I grew up in northern Minnesota and saw several bears in our back yard. One time my Mom was frying bacon for breakfast, and a bear came right up to the back door sniffing. My Dad was able to scare the bear away by yelling at it to get away.
It is smart to keep food and garbage safely put away, so that bears do not think they can get a free meal from you when they are hungry.
Squirrel Clip Art
Awesome Coloring Books
- Birds of Prey Stained Glass Coloring Book
- National Parks Coloring Book
- Beautiful Country Scenes To Paint or Color
- Alaskan Wildlife Coloring Book
- Amazing Animals Coloring Book
- Exploring Ecosystems! An Environmentally Friendly Coloring Book
- A Wilderness Coloring Book
Bear Cubs Playing YouTube Video
Cottontail RabbitClick thumbnail to view full-size
A Cottontail In Backyard
Cute Bunny Rabbits
I have always loved seeing bunny rabbits in the yard since I can remember. We use to have pet rabbits and they were so much fun, and very soft to pet.
The Cottontail Coloring Page below is from the Public Domain of free coloring pages to use.
Monarch ButterflyClick thumbnail to view full-size
Hawk Line Drawing
National Geographic Animals and Nature Coloring Book Pages
- National Wildlife Refuge System Coloring Book
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service - There two very mice line drawings of Bald Eagles to color, a Chipmunk, Robin RedBreast, Lady Bug, Mountain Lion, Elk, Alligator, Buffalo, Ducks, Ram,
- Coloring Pages | US Forest Service
Animals and Nature images for the US Government Forest Service in PDF form for you to download free large coloring pages for those raining days indoors. Groundhog color challenge Buttlerflies and flowers Flowers and dragonflies
- Coloring Book: Animals (J to Z)
- Coloring Book: Animals (A to I)
Fun Activities For Kids of All Ages.
On A Side Note
Color crayons, colored pencils and even paints are great tools to have when its a rainy day. We do not need a coloring book but all we do need is a plain sheet of paper to draw on and add some colors as we create something original and unique. That is what I did much of the time when I was a child because I liked drawing free hand.
When I got older I started using different paint mediums to color with, craypas, pastels and even charcoal. It is fun to experiment and learn to control colors, shading and shapes.
Free Wild Animals Coloring Pages
- Growing Things - Kids Pages - National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
- DNR: Coloring Pages - Animals
The official website for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.