Thursday, 16 February 2017

Bird Identifecation

Walt: make connections across multiple texts.



Task Description: For this task I made a copy of the presentation and put it in my reading folder. I then put up all the information on the presentation. I post it on my blog with a Title a WALT a Task description and Labels.

5 comments:

  1. Hi Bethan!

    It's great to see you blogging so much already this year. I love animals and am thrilled to see that you have created a post about a number of native birds from here in New Zealand. The Sacred Kingfisher is one of my favourites. Do you have a favourite New Zealand bird? Aronui likes Tuis the best!

    Keep up the great blogging,

    Rachel :)

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    1. Hi Rachel!

      its great to see that you are still visiting my blog. I do have a favourite Native bird it is the Kea because it is one of the worlds most Intelligent birds and it is so attracted to us people and what a coincidence my second favourite is the Tui.

      Bethan :-)

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    2. Hi Bethan,

      I didn't know that the kea is one of the world's most intelligent birds. That's really cool! I will have to tell Aronui.

      Keep up the great work :)

      Rachel

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    3. Hello again Rachel

      I was wondering today if you Had any Native animals in Canada If you do Can I please Find Out there names cause I have always wanted to find Out different Native animals from different countries.

      Kind Regards
      Bethan

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    4. Hi Bethan,

      Great question! Yes, we do have native animals and some native birds in Canada. The most commonly cited native birds would be the Canadian Goose, the loon, the Ruffed Grouse, Blue Jays, chickadees, woodpeckers, and wood pigeons. Common native animals are the polar bear, the black bear, the brown bear, deer, antelope, caribou, foxes, wolves, beavers and lynx.

      There is a lot of information about each of these animals and bird species available online.

      Thanks for asking about Canada! It was fun to think about the native birds and animals that I grew up with :)

      Cheers,
      Rachel

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