Monday, May 5, 2014
Robinson's Budding Ornithologists
Robinson has gone to the birds these days--at least for a small group of K-2 students! They've only been hard at work for one week and they've already learned some of the common birds of Vermont, the parts of a bird's body, and what makes a bird different from any other animal (FEATHERS!). Of course, the highlight of each workshop is the time that is spent outside looking for birds. Here is a student working hard to spot a feathered friend using his newly made binoculars. So far, the group has spotted several chickadees. They are looking forward to seeing other types of birds this week!