Objectives- The purpose of this experiment is to get the count of certain birds in the area that is being tested.
Captiva Island, a beautiful barrier island off the west coast of Florida is a great summer destination for people wanting to get away from everyday city bustle. Discover the island's rich history and the pirates that once roamed about. Pirates used the island to repair their boats and detain female prisoners. Captiva Island is one of the most beautiful barrier islands in Florida with 15 miles of unspoiled beaches covered with shells, over 20 miles of bike paths, more than 45 varieties of fish, and 230 different types of birds. You are never more than 5 minutes from the beach.
Whooping cranes nearly died out in the mid 20th century, with a count finding only 16 living birds. But since then, these endangered animals have taken a step back from the brink of extinction. Breeding programs have boosted their numbers, and breeding efforts
From criminal coconut crabs to cannibalistic lizards, and everything in between, Episode 1 of the 2018 PBS Series Natural Born Rebels takes you on a roller-coaster journey across the
The audience is left horrified by such glaring numbers, and now understands why there needs to be more enforcement - to eliminate the many deaths of our precious birds. By citing evidence, the author is able to establish that his concerns are true, strengthening his line of argumentation in the
The Northern harrier is endangered because of survival problems. The harrier lives in grasslands and marshlands. There is also destruction of their habitat that is why they are struggling to survive. There is also more usage of pesticides in the years to get rid of pests and rodents. Because of the reason of pesticides the rodent and pests population is going down so the harrier doesn’t have any food to eat because they eat small rodents. In order to survive they need food such as small rodents, small
The Australian Ringneck The Australian ringneck's scientific name is Barnardius zonarius. You will only find the Australian ringneck living in Australia. They are found in pairs or small groups in light timbered areas, open woodlands and tree-lined watercourses. They look for most of their food on the ground, but they
You may ask, what can we do to help? Well, I have some answers. First, we can stop hunting them especially because that is illegal. Second, we could make nests and give them places to nest. Third, if you see one on the road don’t run it over, stop and wait for it to cross. Lastly, it’s always a good idea to not cut down forests and plant some
Barrier Island is a low edge of sand that is parallel to the mainland with a distance of 2 to 19 miles’ off the shoreline, 300 barrier islands border the shore of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, to Padre Island, Texas. The barrier island defends the coast from the full power of storm waves. In the central of the barrier island and the mainland is a peaceful lagoon or a bay. Mainly most of these barrier island are 0.6-3 miles wide and amid from 9-18 miles long. The highest structures example of barrier island are sand dunes with the height of 16-33 feet; however, in some places the dunes can reach the height of 100 feet. Few barrier islands are initiated as spits that were then detached from the inland by upsurge corrosion, rising of sea level resulting
The Isle of Hope is situated southeast of Savannah, USA. It is a census-designated place as part of the Savannah Metropolitan Statistical Area with a population of approximately 2400 in the year 2010. The island is well noted for its historic plantations and exclusive waterfront properties having a unique coastal riverside community which dates back from the 19th to 20th centuries. It's no wonder that Isle of Hope Historic District is the perfect spot and opportunity to spread your wings and explore wisdom in this place. Not only that, you'll be a few minutes away from restaurants such as Sandfly Bar-B-Q- an eatery with a huge serving of best-pulled pork, ribs, sweet potato fries and Brunswick stew in town. Don't forget to drop by Wormsloe
Visiting Liberty Island is an amazing trip which can bring emotions to people. On Liberty Island there is a spectacular figure which attracts tourists and as well American people. This spectacular figure is known as the Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty is located in an amazing place, it stands on Liberty Island in the middle of New York Harbor. There are several participants that contributed towards the Statue of Liberty. There are events that are carried out on Liberty Island but most importantly we will see the event in which the Statue of Liberty was built and given to the United States. There are changes that occurred which can be seen when visiting the Statue of Liberty. Even though it is just a statue that stand in the middle
According to the IUCN Red List, http://www.iucnredlist.org/details/22721129/0 the saltmarsh sparrow is Vulnerable -- or one step away from being Endangered -- because the species "has a small and severely fragmented range, and the area of suitable habitat is declining" because of the urban development discussed earlier. In some areas, between 40 and 75 percent of sparrow habitat is expected to be lost, says the IUCN Red List. Other threats to the saltmarsh sparrow's survival include: habitat degradation (e.g. chemical spills)
In the middle of the Pacific Ocean sits a tiny, remote island. Easter Island takes up 64 square miles and is isolated from the rest of the world. What makes this island so interesting is not it’s size or location, but the large statues found on it. Commonly called Moai
Birds have fascinated people for years. Whether it's their striking color, lovely songs, care for their young, or ( most often ) their ability to fly. Not all birds however fall into each one of these catergories. One species, for example, are the owls. Owls are not the brightest color and don't have as lovely songs as a canary. They are different from many birds including other birds of prey. To look at all these wonderful owls would take more than a few pages so we will look at one, the Barn Owl.
For bench marking and to help raise PSSA test scores, Carmichaels Elementary uses the software Study Island which focuses on common core standards. The program provides lessons and activities that aim to meeting the common core standards and what a student may encounter on the PSSAs. Study Island is also a instructional and diagnostic tool that helps prepare for standardized tests. Study Island is adapted according to the state standards to be met. The program is user friendly and can be used anywhere with internet access. Study Island is used to support needs and skill areas that need focused on. For the 2014-2015 school year on Study Island grading scale, 97% of students in third grade scored proficient while three percent scored basic or