Monday, May 2, 2011

Growth and Changes

Next up in our Science program we are going to be exploring Growth and Changes in Animals. We have discovered some new live feeds to follow, this time eagles! Check out this feed of 3 baby eagles that have hatched but not yet left their nest.
-Mrs. Dent Scarcello :)



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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

it is so cool watching the eagles live. i can watch it at home. what website did you find it on?
Madison

Anonymous said...

i like the eagle's. how miny eaglas have you seen




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Anonymous said...

did you notices how the birds nest. it is very big? i did. what do you think the stuff is on the video camera?
i think it is mabby rain but i cood be roing


Anna Brambilla

Mrs.Malkoske said...

Hi! This is Mrs. Malkoske's Grade 1 & 2 class. We love the eagle livestream, it is so cool! We looked for the peregrin falcon stream and found out that it starts tomorrow, May 10. The falcons live on top of the Radisson Hotel in Winnipeg and they come back every year. We have a couple of questions:
1. Do you know where those eagles are? (which city)
2. When do you think they are going to leave their nest?
-Mrs. Malkoske's Class

Mrs. Dent Scarcello said...

Thanks everyone for the comments!
Madison - we found the eagle cam at http://www.ustream.tv/decoraheagles.

Anna - We think the stuff on the camera might be
fog and some of us also thought it might be rain.

Mrs. Malkoske's Class - The eagles are located at a fish hatchery in Decorah, Iowa. We think the eagles are growing quickly because we noticed they are getting bigger and it looks like they are getting grown up feathers too. Some of us think they will leave the nest in a few weeks and some of us think they will leave the nest in a few months. Thanks everyone for the comments!
Madison - we found the eagle cam at http://www.ustream.tv/decoraheagles.

Anna - We think the stuff on the camera might be
fog and some of us also thought it might be rain.

Mrs. Malkoske's Class - The eagles are located at a fish hatchery in Decorah, Iowa. We think the eagles are growing quickly because we noticed they are getting bigger and it looks like they are getting grown up feathers too. Some of us think they will leave the nest in a few weeks and some of us think they will leave the nest in a few months. We are going to look into this question and write a blog post.
~Mrs. Dent Scarcello's Class :)

Anonymous said...

it looks like the eagles got alot bigger in a couple weeks.i wonder why the eagles nest is so big.madison