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Have you ever wondered if the same kinds of birds are found in different countries? Join the Junior Bird Club at peckishbirdfood.com/juniorbirdclub, and find out about the birds that live in Great Britain. Download the Bird Spotting Guide and learn to identify Englandís birds, their habitats and food preferences. See if you recognize any birds similar in name or appearance to those found in the United States. No matter where you live, if you would like to attract more birds to your backyard, you can Make a Bird Cake. Did you know there is an English bird that decorates its nest with colorful flowers?
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Creep into the Kidz Cave, batcon.org/index.php/all-about-bats/kidz-cave.html, to learn all about these beneficial creatures. Have you ever seen a bat music video? Watch Echolocation and learn fun facts as you listen to Batney Ears sing. Move on to Arts and Crafts, where you can make a crazy Bat Mask, play the Names and Faces coloring match game and print out an issue of Critter Connections. If you want to learn more, download Another Crossword Puzzle and see how much you remember. Now, youíll really test your knowledge as you take the Bat Quiz.
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Itís time to saddle up and go to a unique school where your classmates are horses! Equine Science 4 Kids, esc.rutgers.edu/kids/portal.html, is an interactive site dedicated to teaching you all about the health and care of horses. Did you know that horses love peppermints? A horse also creates about 50 pounds of manure a day, which can contaminate groundwater when it rains. Find out how horse farmers keep water clean in the Scoop on Poop. Now that youíve learned all about horses, play Exercising Horsepower, where you get to be the horse trainer.
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Get ready for Ocean Adventures, pbs.org/kqed/oceanadventures. Jean-Michel Cousteau and a team of marine professionals share their expeditions with you. In Call of the Killer Whale, youíll learn why these creatures are at risk. Find out what orcas have in common with people. In Vanishing Sharks Interactive, see what is threatening the worldís shark populations and how they benefit ocean life. Get Involved to see What You Can Do to protect ocean life. Divers can protect habitats by not touching or taking the marine life they see.
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Do you have a favorite animal you like to see when you go to the zoo? Animal Needs, harcourtschool.com/activity/animalneeds, is a game where you will learn interesting facts about how animals adapt to the conditions they live in. For instance, did you know that the panda does not hibernate during the winter? Its fur gets thicker during the winter months to adapt to the colder environment. To play this game, choose a button on the projector and an animal will appear on the screen, along with a fact about it. Itís your job to figure out which need this characteristic meets. You can select from oxygen, climate, food, water and shelter/protection.
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