The picture I posted last time is a trumpeter swan. Trumpeter swans are the largest swans in the world and they are native to North America. Do you know what the word, native, means? Share what you find out.
Do you know what the trumpeter swan is doing in this video?
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Do you know what kind of bird this is?
Hint: The title of my website will give you a clue.
In my last blog post I asked: “Do robins migrate?” I have found out that some robins do migrate. And some don’t!
Robins look for fruit in the winter. If there are no fruit bearing trees in their area, they will migrate.
Also, robins need more food when it is cold, and more and more fruit. So they will move to areas that have lots of food.
Not all robins are the same. It appears that the majority of robins do move south in the winter.
Hi Boys and Girls. I am happy you are checking out my blog.
A few days ago I took a picture of this robin in a nearby park. I remember when I was a child growing up in Cincinnati, OH, my mother told me, “If you see a robin it is a sign of spring.”
I want to find out more about robins and other birds because I’m going to write stories about them.
Will you please help me do some research?
Do robins migrate? I’m curious.
Share some facts you find out, and soon I’ll share some I discover.
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That way you can post what you find out.
When I was little, I liked to draw squirrels and birds.
When I grew up, my mom told me she could always find my pictures when she visited school, because there would be a bird or squirrel in the picture.
My sister, Linda, didn’t like to draw.
She liked to count pennies.
When she grew up, she became an accountant.
I become a teacher.
What do you like to do?
Do you like to draw?
Do you like to play music?
Do you like to dance?
Do you like to explore?
I hope you’ll write and tell me about it.