Mrs A Newbold tI didn't know that in Victorian times people killed humminbirds for hair ornaments. Well done on a great presentation.
Jenny Scheffers Teacher Librarian @ Caddies Creek PS A very well designed and thought provoking presentation! Congratulations on all your wonderful work!
Lauren That was so good it makes me want to help.
Ms J Cairns QLD An impressive group production with an important message, s3! Well done!
The Grumpy Librarian, Parkes Beautiful images and a great message!
Ms Richards - Prairiewood HS A simple, poignant message conveyed beautifully through stunning images supported by very catchy music - well done!
dottl You are teaching me heaps, thank you. Mrs F
Ms Fryer, Sydney, NSW Thank you for sharing your work. I didn't know how the humming birds were used in the past! I wonder if we humans will ever learn from our mistakes!
Barbara Braxton, Cooma, NSW Imagine having a bird in your hair as decoration!!! You would hope it behaved itself and didn't poop on you!
Mandie Gardiner Nicely done. I have learnt much about endangered animals, some I have never even heard of, from viewing your class presentations. Well done to you all.
ianmclean Wow! I really like the music you selected! Some beautiful images.
s3penrithps Creative Commons images from "Flickr" included MrClean1982, docman, Rhubarble, robnunn, Photos o' Randomness (x2), toniluca, Y. Ballester, AJC1, yewenyi (x2), Rainforest Action Network, acapsj and Dru!
s3penrithps Researched by Zain, Will and Rhianna, 5/6B, 2011. References were from "Wikipedia", "Eyeopeners: birds" by Angela Royston, "1001 facts about wild animals" by Moira Butterfield, "Global warming" by Glenn Murphy, "Daily Telegraph" and "Flickr" Creative Commons.
s3penrithps and flowers, especially red ones,
s3penrithps which they find...
s3penrithps The small hummingbirds of Central America live on nectar, tiny insects...
s3penrithps in rainforests.
s3penrithps People in Victorian times hunted hummingbirds from the 1860s till 1910
s3penrithps to make trophies and hair ornaments!
s3penrithps The bronze gecko of the Seychelles is extremely rare.
s3penrithps New plant species lowered the insect food supply. Only 3400 geckos are still alive.
s3penrithps In Australia, the corroboree frog...
s3penrithps tries to survive in Alpine grasslands.
s3penrithps Taronga Park Zoo is trying to breed them to save the species.
s3penrithps You can help. Stop cutting down natural environments.
s3penrithps Protect wetland areas.
s3penrithps Please don't destroy our homes.
s3penrithps You can help save us! We can't save ourselves.