Students complete after attending in school Passport Education Program to become Green Team Leader.
Today I attended a workshop called “Local Birds of Prey,” which is part of the “All of Port’s a Classroom” series.
Please ask me…
- What are the three characteristics of all raptors?
- Which raptors are nocturnal? Which raptors are diurnal?
- What is the most common raptor in Port Washington?
Become a Green Team Leader for my school by choosing three tasks to complete…
- Show your parents www.volunteersforwildlife.org
- Describe how birds are housed
- Name and draw your favorite raptor
- Tell your parents what a raptor is
- Tell/show your parents what glacial rocks are
- Make your own mini rock garden
- Describe to your family what native plants are
- Participate in North Shore Audubon Saturday guided walk(s) (www.northshoreaudubon.org)
- Join the Young Birders club at the library
- Find 3 different types of birds in your yard or neighborhood
- Visit the Sand Miner Monument on West Shore Road
- Find out what mined sand is used for
- Go to your favorite place in Port and draw it or write about what you see and hear
- Read a library book to learn more, such as She’s Wearing a Dead Bird on Her Head! (Lasky) or Icebergs and Glaciers (Simon)
- Start a bird feeder.
- Be creative and come up with your own idea
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