What an egg-citing day we had learning about our feathered friends today! We investigated the forces of flight and made our own paper airplanes to see how high and how far they could fly. Mr. Jacob showed us some awesome beak and tallon models and we learned what and how birds use those parts of their bodies. Our animal guest was a ring-neck dove - did you know doves are some of the fastest flyers in the animal kingdom? It's true! Many dove species can reach horizontal speeds upwards of 50 mph!
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