This is the junior keeper program that came to Lynmore school from Rainbow Springs. They talked about what they do at the junior keeper program and showed us reptiles and birds. They also talked about how to treat animals and give them the respect they deserve. It was an interesting talk and they showed us about the cruel backgrounds they come from.
It was an inspiring talk and made you want to look after the birds. I hope you like the pictures. By Allie and Lucy
Today in class we were doing adaptation challenges and one of challenges was to investigate an animal that lives in New Zealand. So we did the New Zealand falcon we had to do it's common name, scientific name, drawing, a diagram of its habitat, endangered status, one way you think its adapted to its habitat and three other interesting facts.
WALT: Investigate an animal that resides in New Zealand
We both drew pictures of the New Zealand falcon! On the next page we have drawn a picture of its habitat, talked about how it has adapted to it and recorded three interesting facts.
I think we achieved this well and were successful.