This pretty printable bird journal includes six pages of lines for writing your thoughts, making lists, or encouraging a child to practice writing. Each page is decorated with colorful watercolor birds and feathers.
What I first had the idea for a printable bird journal, we were doing a lot of backyard bird watching as a family. I thought it would be fun to keep track of what we saw and when.
I planned to make a printable similar to the list I keep by the back window with space for names and dates. What I ended up making is something completely different.
This printable bird journal has six pages of lines for journaling about anything. You can write about the birds you see in your backyard, but you can also use it for a bullet journal or diary or whatever you want to write about.
Each page has plenty of space for writing and is embellished with beautiful watercolor birds, feathers, and nature elements that will appeal to adults and kids of all ages.
Printable bird journal
This includes six pages of lines and birds, plus a front and back cover.
You can print the pages full-sized on 8-1/2 by 11-inch paper and pick which pages to print. It also fits nicely printed two pages per page and that’s exactly what I did to make my journal below.
Bird journal assembly
Start by printing all of the pages, two per page. The settings on your printer will vary. I set mine to print “2 pages per page” and “landscape” so that they are side by side. Test different setting and do a “print preview” so you can see how the pages will lay out if you’re unsure. The only other supply you need is a glue stick.
Fold the journal pages with the birds and lines facing in. Fold the page with the cover facing out.
Line up the journal pages inside the cover nice and square.
One page at a time, glue the blank sides of the pages together and smooth flat.
Enjoy your journal or make a few for the kids. There’s space on the cover to write a title, author, date, etc.