Saturday, March 05, 2016

Bird Watching

We are bird watching. You would think I could teach the kids a lot about bird watching, me being a cat and all... I know about being still and watching very closely.

But no. These kids watched this eagle in Minnesota on an eagle cam. They can watch from the classroom on a computer. Kinda takes the fun all out of it.

Then I learned how big an eagle really is.  Their wingspan is bigger than Mom is tall.  So I guess I will watch the eagles with the kids on the computer after all.

I am furry impressed with all the things kids learn in school. This has been a very fun week.

6 comments:

Mark's Mews (Ayla, Iza, and Marley) said...

We think that is one birdie we WOULDNT ever ever bother...

Summer at sparklecat.com said...

Oh yeah, Eagle Cam is much safer than the real thing! I'm only 6-1/2 lbs., so I'm not even sure hawk cam would be safe!

Megan said...

It's fabulous that you're applying yourself to your studies so enthusiastically Millie.

Megan
Sydney, Australia

Pat said...

Yeah, Millie, that bird would carry you off in a heartbeat. Eagle cam is the way to go!

Mickey's Musings said...

Yeah, with a bird that big, a webcam is much safer!
Purrs Georgia and Julie,
Treasure and JJ

Ellen in Oregon said...

Yes, Millie, when a burd is bigger than you are, it's best to not draw attention to yourself. Watching big burds can safely be done from behind the screen of a computer or TV. We have those trees with the pretty pink flowers here in Oregon too. Soon, they will fall to the ground & green leaves will cover the trees. So many blossoms cover the ground that it looks like pink snow. You were always a very smart kitty Millie, but after a week spent learning lots of new info. at school, you are now a very well educated cat. Bet you taught the kids in Ms. P's classroom a lot about cats too.