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Grade 10 Zoology
Examples of these birds include ducks, geese, and swans.
  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 long legs and long, sharp beaks.
  1. birds of prey
  2. swimming birds
  3. perching birds
  4. wading birds
Grade 10 Zoology
These birds include cardinals, sparrows, and crows.
  1. birds of prey
  2. swimming birds
  3. perching birds
  4. wading birds
Grade 5 Zoology
Birds with webbed feet are
  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
Grade 10 Zoology
These birds include flamingos, herons, and cranes.
  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 4 Taxonomy
A bird
  1. is a vertebrate with scaly skin.
  2. is a vertebrate with a beak, feathers, two wings, and two legs.
  3. spends part of its life in water and part on land.
  4. spends its whole life in water.
  5. is a vertebrate with fur or hair.
Grade 7 Zoology
Which groups of animals have scales?
  1. amphibians and birds
  2. fish and birds
  3. fish and reptiles
  4. birds and mammals
Grade 1 Addition CCSS: 1.OA.A.1
Grade 1 Addition CCSS: 1.OA.A.1
Grade 4 Adaptations and Behavior
Bird Beak - BuzzardBird Beak - Curlew
Different types of bird beaks are an example of
  1. food webs.
  2. weathering.
  3. learned behaviors.
  4. physical adaptations.
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