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Monday, October 22, 2012

Our Birds of Prey Field Trip

Hello once again people who read this specific, one of a kind, pizza loving blog. I mean really, who doesn't like pizza...? Anyway, today I'm going to tell you about our multi-purpose class at the Lower Swanee Nature Refuge that we did last Tuesday. I was supposed to do this last week but we never got around to it. So today instead I'm going to tell ya.

Last Tuesday was a rather fun day. We were going to the Nature Refuge to do a class on birds of pray! Little did we know though that before that we were going to be riding down by the river to test the water (see if it was OK for animals to thrive in) so we almost missed it. If mom had done what she wanted to do, wait another 10 minutes, we WOULD have missed it. But she changed her mind so we left just in time.

A few minutes later we were down by the Lower Suwanee River. We spread out into 5 groups to test the water: 1 dissolved oxygen, 2 me and a little girl taking records of everything... I can't remember the rest, they're big words ... Moving on. Turns out the river was just right for animals to live in. Yay! So after that we headed back to base to do our birds of pray class.

Back at base we went into our little "club house" to do our birds of prey class. We learned quite a bit, or at least I did. There was an Osprey, a Bard Owl, a Screacher Owl, a Barn Owl, and a Great Horned Owl. I like the Barn Owl the most. Can you guess which is which below?

After the class was by far the very best part - we got to eat Doritos! Naw I'm just kidding, the class was really awesome.

That's my report on our Birds of Prey class. I got the pictures from our own camera. The End.

Monday, October 8, 2012

The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood

 Hello once again people of the world. Today I am going to tell you about my most recently read book, The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood.

The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, by Roger Lancelyn Green, is one of the greatest Medieval books of all time! It's about a young man - Robin Hood - becoming an outlaw and going to live in Sherwood forest. He soon forms a band of some of the strongest men in England including Little John, Allen Edall, and Robins nephew John Scarlett. He also makes many enemies like the evil/greedy Sheriff, and The Bad Man a murderer who kills ruthlessly for money. I could keep going on considering there's like 50 more people in Robin's band but I think that would be going a little over board.

I recommend this book to people who enjoy Medieval books, sword fighting, and yes especially archery. Not to mention its kinda funny! With all the humor and the way they trick the Sheriff over and over and over again, it's enough to make you laugh.

That's my report on The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood by Roger Lancelyn Green. I got the picture from where everything is a good price! *wink wink*
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