April Post

April Post

April 30, 2018 - 2:55pm -- ianneely

We have been waiting patiently for our birds to come back to our feeders but they have not made much of a return.  For a while we were seeing a few mourning doves every morning, but our sparrows and finches are nowhere to be found.  Today we were visited by a conspiracy of ravens in our courtyard.  It was exciting to see them descend on the lawn.  In class we have been making paper mache birds.  We started by researching the dimensions of our bird so that we could make accurate models.  So far we have a peregrine falcon, a bard owl, and several other birds of prey.  We are excited to go on a field trip next month to Dedication Point with Cory!

Ian Neely, Grade 6
Boise, Idaho USA
Latitude: 43.5927
Longitude: -116.262

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