Surfing the Net with Kids FREE Newsletter
#1. Mar 11, 2009
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Women’s History Month Quiz
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Barbara J. Feldman
"Surfing the Net with Kids"
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#3. Whooping Cranes
by Barbara J. Feldman
Whooping Cranes Printable (** for premium members only)
The endangered North American whooping crane has a remarkable story. Starting in 2001 (using a method pioneered by Bill Lishman and Joe Duff with Canada Geese) a flock of baby whoopers raised in captivity in Wisconsin was trained to follow an ultralight aircraft to their winter home in Florida. Learn more about whooping cranes and their amazing comeback story at the following sites.
ARKive: whooping Crane
The ARKive project has taken on the goal of gathering films and photographs of the world’s species to preserve them for future generations. Their whooping crane collection includes twelve stunning photos and nine videos, as well as species quick facts such as Range & Habitat, Biology, and Threats & Conservation. “Today, cranes remain at risk from human development; collisions with power-lines are now a serious cause of mortality.”
International Crane Foundation: whooping Cranes
This species field guide includes links to a photo gallery, a table of whooping crane numbers from 1938 to 2006, and a migration map. Unfortunately, the links are not underlined, so you’ll really need to hunt for them. Be sure to visit the Kids page for instructions on building an origami crane, a printable Field Guild to Crane Behavior, and answers to commonly asked questions. “Q: How many kinds of cranes are there? A: There are 15 species in the crane family Gruidae. According to the conservation status designations assigned by International Crane Foundation, six of the species are considered endangered.”
Journey North: Whooping Cranes
Meet the Western Flock (the only wild migratory flock of whooping cranes) and the Eastern Flock (a reintroduced flock seeded with eleven chicks bred in captivity.) ” With no wild parents to teach the way, new captive-bred chicks added each fall learn their migration route by following ultralight aircraft on their first journey south, and a few are also released to follow older cranes south. Each spring we eagerly wait to see if, when, and how the youngest crane-kids return north — unaided, wild and free. The goal: 25 breeding pairs from 125 birds released in the Eastern Migratory Flyway by 2020, with 18-20 chick introductions each year.”
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#4. Printables Club Members Also Get …
Surfnetkids Printables Club Members also get the following printables to use in the classroom, the computer lab, the school library, or to send home with students:
Whooping Cranes Printable
Printable Whooping Crane Word Search
Whooping Cranes Wikipedia Printable
Endangered Species Printable
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#5. Related Games
Whooping Crane Jigsaw
Whooping Crane Word Search
Whooping Crane Crossword
Whooping Crane Coloring Pages
#6.Surfing the Calendar
Death of John Chapman, celebrated as Johnny Appleseed Day
Mar 11, 1845
Sir William Herschel Discovers Uranus
Mar 13, 1781
Albert Einstein’s Birthday
Mar 14, 1879
Ireland National Day St. Patrick’s Day
Mar 17, 2009
St. Patrick’s Day Clipart
Mar 17, 2009
#7.Quote of the Week
“Some folks succeed because they’re destined to, but most succeed because they’re determined to.” ~~ Roy Reiman, magazine publisher.
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