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Gr 4 Science Ch 4

Gr 4 Science Ch 4.3-4.4 Comprehension Check

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To judge the size of an unfamiliar bird, you should become familiar with the sizes of which three common birds? sparrow, robin, and crow
On what part of a bird's body might there be a crest? its head
What bird can be identified by its ability to walk down a tree trunk head first? nuthatch
What is a habitat? the particular kind of area in which an animal makes its home
At what time of day are most birds very active? early morning
What are your two most valuable pieces of equipment for successful birding? your eyes and ears
What kind of seeds to cardinals, chicadees, and grosbeaks prefer? sunflower seeds
What two things will birds that eat insects eat in the winter? suet and peanut butter
What is one thing you could put on your bird feeder that is not food salt or gritty material
List three things you could put on a bird's Christmas tree. popcorn, cranberries, stale bread, doughnuts, fruit, or nuts
Why would you need to continue to feed birds throughout the winter once you have begun? 1. You have made the birds dependent on you, and 2. there may not be enough food in the area to support the number of birds you have attracted to your feeder.
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