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Kindergarten Adaptations and Behavior
Grade 6 Zoology
The Buzzard has a short, hooked beak as shown below. Based upon the shape and size of the its beak, which type of food does the Buzzard most likely eat?
Bird Beak - Buzzard
  1. Insects living within tree bark
  2. Worms and crabs burrowed in mud
  3. The remains of small dead mammals
  4. Berries growing on bushes
Grade 8 Waves and Sound
Which type of wave is shown in the image?
Water Wave Speed - Bird
  1. seismic
  2. transverse
  3. longitudinal
  4. compression
Grade 2 Zoology
Kindergarten Phonics
Grade 6 Zoology
Grade 6 Zoology
Where does the bird with the foot shown below most likely live?
Bird Foot - Herring Gull
  1. open desert
  2. near water
  3. deep woods
  4. high mountains
Grade 4 Taxonomy
A bird is
  1. a vertebrate with scaly skin
  2. a kind of animal with a beak, feathers, two wings and two legs
  3. spends part of their life in the water and part on land
  4. spends their whole life in water
  5. vertebrates with fur or hair
Grade 5 Zoology
These birds use webbed feet
  1. Birds of prey
  2. Swimming birds
  3. Perching birds
  4. Wading birds
Grade 10 Zoology
Examples of these birds includ ducks, geese, and swans.
  1. Birds of prey
  2. Swimming birds
  3. Perching birds
  4. Wading birds
Grade 10 Zoology
These birds have curved toes and small beaks
  1. Birds of prey
  2. Swimming birds
  3. Perching birds
  4. Wading birds
Kindergarten Basic Measurement Concepts CCSS: K.MD.B.3
Grade 10 Zoology
These birds include cardinals, sparrows, and crows.
  1. Birds of prey
  2. Swimming birds
  3. Perching birds
  4. Wading birds
Grade 10 Zoology
Examples of these birds are hawks, falcons, and osprey.
  1. Birds of prey
  2. Swimming birds
  3. Perching birds
  4. Wading birds
Grade 10 Zoology
These birds have sharp, curved claws called talons
  1. Birds of prey
  2. Swimming birds
  3. Perching birds
  4. Wading birds
Grade 10 Zoology
These birds include flamingos, herons, and cranes
  1. Birds of prey
  2. Swimming birds
  3. Perching birds
  4. Wading birds
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