dottl The video taught us lots about birds that come in our playground. by 1/2 D
Mrs Harris Who would have thought there were so many different bird species living in and around our school! I found the commentary very informative and the photos fantastic.
Miss Simmons I was amazed to see that there are so many birds in our local environment. This is a great way to teach others about these birds.
Ms Challis What a variety of birds in our playground. I can see an ibis walking around outside my window at the moment.
dottl Razan says the movie is very interesting. She gets attacked by the birds at times and gets scared. Razan has NEVER been hurt by the birds .
dottl This video was created by Apoua, Sara, Ibrahim F, and Billal D.
dottl Plovers are usually walking around on the ground. Maybe they are protecting their eggs.
dottl Robins feed on worms and insects.
dottl Look at the galah, it's a type of parrot.
dottl Sulphur crested cockatoos are the best known Australian parrot. They can learn how to talk. They live throughout northern eastern and southwest mainland.They feed on seeds, berries, nuts and buds.
dottl Ibis strut around the playground searching for food in the rubbish bins.
dottl The black crow flies around searching for food and attacks other birds.
dottl Noisy miners are very noisy. We hear them throughout the day.
dottl Magpies search for insects and can attack when breeding.
dottl Lorikeets are a type of parrot with colourful feathers and a brush tongue to gather nectar.How many have you seen in our playground?