The Magpie Read about the magpie and its nest. This bird lives in many countries; but not in those that are very cold or very warm. It is about eighteen inches long. Its head, neck and breast are black, but the under parts are snow-white. Its bill is strong; its tail is very long. It
Read lots of interesting facts about kiwi, which is New Zealand national bird. Kiwi, the Country's Symbol The small, isolated island of New Zealand is home to many unusual animals, including the kiwi. These small birds are the national bird of New Zealand and this is the only place in the world you’ll find them, outside
Groundhog Facts They may live in the ground, but they’re certainly not hogs. They’re rodents. Members of a class of ground squirrels called marmots (Marmota Monax), and the largest members of the squirrel family. They are giant squirrels. Groundhogs are also known as whistle pigs (because they alert their colonies to threats by whistling), land beavers
Would You Like to Know Some Interesting Facts About Bald Eagles? Bogdan's Project "Let Me Tell You About Bald Eagles" The bald eagle, with its snowy-feathered (not bald) head and white tail, is the proud national bird symbol of the United States Quick Facts Bald eagles are North American birds. Their range extends from the
Whould you like to know some funny facts about squirrels? Veronika has found some interesting facts about squirrels. Watch her presentation and it would be great if you leave your comment on her work. You are welcome to add some more facts about these funny animals.
What do you know about the turkey? Pre-reading activities What do you know about the turkey? Do you like to eat turkey? When do you think people eat turkey? While-reading activities 1. Can you imagine a turkey instead of an eagle on a dollar bill, at the top of a flag pole, and on the
Mountain gorillas are the largest primates on Earth. Maxim has found out some facts about these endangered gentle giants. Mountain gorillas are very interesting primates. Here are some interesting facts about them. Mountain Gorillas got their name for a reason. The live high in the steep mountain forests of four different national parks in Africa
Read about doves We may see doves in town and in the country. They live in flocks of twenty or more. The doves are about twelve inches long. They are usually of an ash-grey color. Their bill is brown, their eyes are yellow, with a red circle round them. Some people find doves very pretty.
Read about storks and answer the questions. Use the questions as a plan to speak about these beautiful birds. We may find storks almost all over the world. With the change of the seasons they fly from one country to the another. The stork is a large bird, white and black in colour. It flies
Every year on October 22nd, people around the world celebrate Wombat Day. Wombats are mysterious. They are adorable. There are many cool things you might not know about them. Interesting Facts about Wombats Wombat is an animal that belongs to group of marsupials. It can be found in southeastern coastal regions of Australia and on