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Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Dear Aquila Friends,
I am going to take a break from blogging inquiries and answers tonight, as I spent a bit of time making a video for you to see on Thursday at the assembly and I am exhausted!

Today was a long, rainy day and it was very cold. I hope tomorrow doesn't rain as much. We only caught two voles, hopefully tomorrow will be better for catching!

Please try to get your answers together for the wolf/coyote/eastern coyote inquiries and post them on the blog tomorrow (Wednesday), I will then post the information I have received from our research and the scientists.

Love,
Miss Beeman

2 Comments:

At April 22, 2009 at 3:45 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Miss Beeman! We did a lot of research about the coyote, wolf, and Eastern coyote. We found out a lot of great information. Here are some comments we had about what we found out.
* We discovered that coyotes and wolves live in dens, but only coyotes can build their own dens if they need to. That is a great adaptation to survive.

* W also found out that coyotes taht live on the flat land (plains?) usually take 30-40 minutes to stalk its prey before it pounces. That got us thinking: Do the coyotes living in the forests stalk and hunt more quickly because there are more places to hide?

* We had a hard time finding out the differences between the EAstern coyote and coyote, other than the fact that the EAstern coyote looks a lot larger- more like a wolf. Are Eastern Coyotes half wolf?

We are going to come up with some more thoughts and have them ready for our conversation with you tomorrow.

Miss Beeman's class

 
At April 22, 2009 at 7:37 PM , Blogger Miss Beeman said...

Dear Class,
Thank you for taking the time to research coyotes, wolves, and eastern coyotes! You have found a lot of neat information!

I will talk about what I have learned tomorrow when we Skype!

Love,
Miss Beeman

 

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