Science Takes Wing - Lesson II - Feathered creature SOUNDS.


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B. House Finch. C. Awesome tailed Grackle. Winged animal Song 1. Which fledgling do you listen? http://az. ... Grieving Dove, Great-tailed Grackle, House Finch, House Sparrow: ...
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Science Takes Wing - Lesson II - BIRD SOUNDS

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Science Takes Wing - Lesson II - BIRD SOUNDS Lesson movement in view of the ASU Ask-a-Biologist virtual aviary

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Did you know? Flying creatures "sing" to pull in mates and declare their domains. Winged creatures "call" in alert, or to declare nourishment. Every Bird species has its own melody and call.

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Most birdwatchers discover winged creatures by listening to them first. You can figure out how to distinguish fowls by sound, as well!

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Here are 10 basic flying creatures found in the southwestern U.S.

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Learning Bird Sounds Listen to every flying creature\'s sound (every clasp is 25-33 seconds in length) and make notes about what you listen. Is the sound sweet, rough, quick, moderate? Utilize your notes to answer test questions.

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Example: Red-followed Hawk Write on your paper something like: "Rough Scream"

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Example Quiz: Which Bird Do you Hear? A. Tweety B. Red-followed Hawk C. Roadrunner

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We will take in every one of the 10 flying creatures and their tunes then have the test.

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Killdeer

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Mourning Dove

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Anna\'s Hummingbird

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Gila Woodpecker

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Northern Mockingbird

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Curve-charged Thrasher

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Great-followed Grackle

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House Finch

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House Sparrow

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Red-followed Hawk

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Ready for the Quiz? Listen to the feathered creature tune and select the right reply from the decisions given. Utilize your notes to offer assistance!

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Bird Song 1 Which fledgling do you listen? Northern Mockingbird B. House Finch C. Extraordinary followed Grackle

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Bird Song 2 Which winged animal do you listen? A. Gila Woodpecker B. House Sparrow C. Bend charged Thrasher

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Bird Song 3 Which winged creature do you listen? A. House Sparrow B. Killdeer C. Grieving Dove

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Bird Song 4 Which fowl do you listen? A. Gila Woodpecker B. Anna\'s Hummingbird C. Red-followed Hawk

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Bird Song 5 Which feathered creature do you listen? A. Killdeer B. House Finch C. Bend charged Thrasher

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Bird Song 6 Which feathered creature do you listen? A. House Sparrow B. Bend charged Thrasher C. Red-followed Hawk

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Bird Song 7 Which flying creature do you listen? A. Anna\'s Hummingbird B. Northern Mockingbird C. Extraordinary followed Grackle

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Bird Song 8 Which winged creature do you listen? A. Northern Mockingbird B. Anna\'s Hummingbird C. Red-followed Hawk

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Bird Song 9 Which flying creature do you listen? A. Gila Woodpecker B. Extraordinary followed Grackle C. Red-followed Hawk

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Bird Song 10 Which fowl do you listen? A. House Sparrow B. Anna\'s Hummingbird C. Killdeer

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Correct Your Quiz B. House Finch C. Bend charged Thrasher C. Grieving Dove B. Anna\'s Hummingbird A. Killdeer C. Red-followed Hawk C. Awesome followed Grackle A. Northern Mockingbird A. Gila Woodpecker A. House Sparrow How could you have been able to you do?

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Try Listening Outside Explore feathered creature sounds outside by sitting discreetly and listening for 10 minutes. What number of various flying creature tunes or calls do you listen? Attempt this movement at various times of day. At the point when do you hear the most? Why?

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Learn More Want to hear more winged creature tunes? Visit the virtual aviary at the Ask-a-Biologist site to listen and take in more about flying creatures in the southwest.. http://askabiologist.asu.edu/birdsongs/For more classroom exercises please contact: Cathy Wise (602) 468-6470, cwise@audubon.org

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Acknowledgments The Ask-a-Biologist project is upheld by the ASU School of Life Sciences. All the flying creature recordings and photos for this movement utilized with authorization. Sharing this action is supported. If it\'s not too much trouble make sure to present the authorization demand frame with the goal that we can track the utilization of materials and keep this system running. Flying creature Photograph Credits: Red-followed Hawk, Killdeer, Curve-charged Thrasher: Robert Shantz Mourning Dove, Great-followed Grackle, House Finch, House Sparrow: Richard P. Dunbar Anna\'s Hummingbird and Gila Woodpecker: Barb Winterfield Northern Mockingbird: Richard Ditch http://askabiologist.asu.edu/pages/permissions.php

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Science Takes Wing - Lesson II - BIRD SOUNDS AZ Science Standards Alignment, Grades 5-8 Strand 1: Inquiry Process, Concept 1-3 * Strand 4: Life Science, Concept 4* * Performance targets fluctuate by evaluation

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