Birds Elizabeth Caputo – Ages 3-4 years
Bird Facts Birds have feathers Birds lay eggs Birds have beaks Birds have wings Some can birds fly Birds have two legs Birds are warm-blooded animals There are more than 9,000 different species of birds around the world Birds come in all shape and sizes Red Cardinal, the Illinois state bird.
Penguins Penguins can’t fly. They’re wings are more like flippers Penguins can swim underwater Penguins eat fish Penguins are clumsy on land. They waddle or slide on they’re bellies Not all penguins are found in cold climates, there are species of penguins that live in warm climates too Emperor Penguin
Hummingbirds Hummingbirds are the tinniest birds in the world Hummingbirds weigh as much as a penny Hummingbirds flap they wings really fast. They are the only bird that can fly up, down, left, right, and even upside down. They have long beaks so they can drink nectar, a liquid produced by flowers Ruby-throated Hummingbird
Ducks Ducks have beaks, known as bills Ducks have webbed feet which helps them swim They like to eat grass, insects, small fish, and snails Sometimes they dive their heads in the water to get food. Mallard ducks (Brown one is Female, Green one is Male)
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