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Baby robins and day out at the park

Hi,
Eshamham country park

We have been to Eshamham country park and saw many amazing things. We took our binoculars and magnifying glass so we could see birds closer and other animals as well as seeing others things closer. Here is a list of all the birds we saw:

Crow
Pigeons (a lot!)
Goose
Robin
Mallard (duck)
Magpie
Swan
Blue twit
Great twit.

When we where there we also found a tree with lots of eggs inside. We figure out that there were woodlice eggs and spider eggs.we saw lots of rabbits and squirrels running about to. We also saw a strange shaped tree.

Baby robins

In our garden we have three bird boxes and inside one are baby robins and there mother. They are nesting! We see the mother robin coming out of the bird box to our bird stand for food and water as well as going to lots of trees. Before she leaves the house she will pop her head out the front entrance hole and look about to make sure its safe. If its safe she will go if not she stay with her babys.

Here ars some photos of what we saw at the park and the bird box.

robin

hi,
some thing amazing just happen. i was walking my dog when we stop at a road and lots of robins flow over. they were flying low so they could see worms to eat when one of the robins feet touched my head. it feel a bit odd but i an so amazed that it happen. i was very close to the robin.

robin

hi,
some thing amazing just happen. i was walking my dog when we stop at a road and lots of robins flow over. they were flying low so they could see worms to eat when one of the robins feet touched my head. it feel a bit odd but i an so amazed that it happen. i was very close to the robin.

badger facts

hi,
did you know

1. Badgers are related to weasels and otters. Badgers, have short, stout bodies with short tails. Their faces are white with black markings.

2. Badgers spend much of their lives underground. Their long, sharp claws are made for digging.

3. Badgers don’t hibernate during the winter, but they go into a deep sleep called torpor. During torpor, their body temperature and heart beat goes down. Badgers sleep for a day or two, wake up to eat, and sleep some more.

story about wild animals

hi,
here is the story about wild animals for the hedgehog award. its about a mouse, rabbit, bat, bear and owl.

Don’t wake bear!

In the woods there was a mouse, small mouse, smaller than many others. He talks with a squeak and twits his nose but where’s he going not to Big Bears cave! Soon, rabbit came along.
“Please don’t go in there you’re wake up bear,” rabbit strutted.
But still mouse carried on into the cave.
“Stop little mouse you’re wake up bear,” whisper bat softly.
Mouse pays no attention and tapped bear on the back. Suddenly, the animal’s gaps, bear stopped snoring and lifted his head up. But luckily, fell back to sleep. Little mouse when to tap his back again but owl swooped down and grabbed him before he could.
“That was close one,” explained owl, “I’ll better be of goodbye.”
Owl landed on the ground and mouse ran from his legs to join the others and owl flow of into the miss. When, Rabbit sniffed and stiffed ahh ahh hooow! Suddenly, a loud roar was heard from the cave. Bear stopped out the cave.
“Who woke me up?” shouted bear.
“I….I did,” mumbled rabbit shyly.
“Never ever wake me up you now that,” roared bear very angrily and went back to bed in his cave falling fast asleep.

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