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Winter Feeder Data

Page history last edited by PBworks 14 years, 5 months ago

Week 1 - January 7-11
Classroom #1
Andale, KS Data
Classroom #2
Fort Worth, TX Data
Classroom #3 - 
Oakdale, PA
Classroom #4 -

Brookfield, CT

Classroom #5 -

Tres Rios, Costa Rica

Number of Birds  2 Number of Birds  11 Number of Birds  0 Number of Birds  9 Number of Birds  
Color of Birds

 1 Brown

 1 Yellow

Color of Birds  Brown Color of Birds   Color of Birds

5 Gray

2 Black

2 Brown

Color of Birds  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 2 - January 14-18

Classroom #1
Andale, KS Data
Classroom #2
Fort Worth, TX Data
Classroom #3 - 
Oakdale, PA
Classroom #4 -

Brookfield, CT

Classroom #5 -

Tres Rios, Costa Rica

Number of Birds  7 Number of Birds  9 Number of Birds  1 Number of Birds  4 Number of Birds  
Color of Birds

 5 Brown

1 Black

1 Yellow

Color of Birds

2 Gray

7 Brown

Color of Birds  1 black crow Color of Birds

2 Brown

2 Gray

Color of Birds  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 3- January 21-25
Classroom #1
Andale, KS Data
Classroom #2
Fort Worth, TX Data
Classroom #3 - 
Oakdale, PA
Classroom #4 -

Brookfield, CT

Classroom #5 -

Tres Rios, Costa Rica

Number of Birds  5 Number of Birds  7 Number of Birds  2 Number of Birds  10 Number of Birds  
Color of Birds

 2 Brown

2 Black

Color of Birds

1 Gray

6 Brown

Color of Birds  2 black crows Color of Birds

8 Gray

2 Black 

Color of Birds  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 4 - January 28 - February 1
Classroom #1
Andale, KS Data
Classroom #2
Fort Worth, TX Data
Classroom #3 - 
Oakdale, PA
Classroom #4 -

Brookfield, CT

Classroom #5 -

Tres Rios, Costa Rica

Number of Birds  1 Number of Birds  6 Number of Birds  2 Number of Birds  6 Number of Birds  
Color of Birds  Brown Color of Birds  Brown Color of Birds  2 black crows Color of Birds  6 Gray Color of Birds  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 5 - February 4-8
Classroom #1
Andale, KS Data
Classroom #2
Fort Worth, TX Data
Classroom #3 - 
Oakdale, PA
Classroom #4 -

Brookfield, CT

Classroom #5 -

Tres Rios, Costa Rica

Number of Birds  4 Number of Birds  8 Number of Birds  6 Number of Birds   Number of Birds  
Color of Birds  Brown Color of Birds  Brown Color of Birds

2 black 
crows

4 brown

Color of Birds   Color of Birds  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 6 - February 18-22
Classroom #1
Andale, KS Data
Classroom #2
Fort Worth, TX Data
Classroom #3 - 
Oakdale, PA
Classroom #4 -

Brookfield, CT

Classroom #5 -

Tres Rios, Costa Rica

Number of Birds  5 Number of Birds  7 Number of Birds  9 Number of Birds   Number of Birds  
Color of Birds

 2 Black

3 Brown

Color of Birds  Brown Color of Birds

 2 brown

    dark eyed

    juncos

7 gray

   dark eyed

   juncos

Color of Birds   Color of Birds  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 7 - February 25-29
Classroom #1
Andale, KS Data
Classroom #2
Fort Worth, TX Data
Classroom #3 - 
Oakdale, PA
Classroom #4 -

Brookfield, CT

Classroom #5 -

Tres Rios, Costa Rica

Number of Birds  6 Number of Birds  14 Number of Birds  12 Number of Birds   Number of Birds  
Color of Birds

 2 Black

4 Brown

Color of Birds  14 Brown Color of Birds

9 gray juncos

1 brown sparrow

2 black crows

Color of Birds   Color of Birds  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week  8 - March 3-7
Classroom #1
Andale, KS Data
Classroom #2
Fort Worth, TX Data
Classroom #3 - 
Oakdale, PA
Classroom #4 -

Brookfield, CT

Classroom #5 -

Tres Rios, Costa Rica

Number of Birds   Number of Birds  7 Number of Birds  10 Number of Birds   Number of Birds  
Color of Birds   Color of Birds

 2 Red

5 Brown

Color of Birds

7 gray juncos

3 brown sparrows

Color of Birds   Color of Birds  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 9 - March 10-14
Classroom #1
Andale, KS Data
Classroom #2
Fort Worth, TX Data
Classroom #3 - 
Oakdale, PA
Classroom #4 -

Brookfield, CT

Classroom #5 -

Tres Rios, Costa Rica

Number of Birds   Number of Birds  9 Number of Birds  7 Number of Birds   Number of Birds  
Color of Birds   Color of Birds

 3 Red

 5 Brown

 1 Gray

Color of Birds

5 gray juncos

2 black crows

Color of Birds   Color of Birds  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Week 10 - March 17-21
Classroom #1
Andale, KS Data
Classroom #2
Fort Worth, TX Data
Classroom #3 - 
Oakdale, PA
Classroom #4 -

Brookfield, CT

Classroom #5 -

Tres Rios, Costa Rica

Number of Birds   Number of Birds   Number of Birds   Number of Birds   Number of Birds  
Color of Birds   Color of Birds   Color of Birds   Color of Birds   Color of Birds  

Comments (7)

Anonymous said

at 11:22 am on Jan 17, 2008

We have gone through 20 pounds of bird seed so far this year.

Anonymous said

at 10:32 pm on Jan 17, 2008

That's pretty amazing! I'll be sure to create a page that allows us to put cool facts that up ASAP.

Anonymous said

at 9:55 am on Jan 28, 2008

Well, someone has been visiting our feeder during the night. Today we could tell that seed was taken and some was scattered on the window sill outside our room. Maybe the birds are finally finding us up here on the second floor. We saw one lonely crow last week.

Anonymous said

at 3:10 pm on Feb 1, 2008

We have finally seen our visitor. It is a large black crow who appeared at our feeder yesterday and again today while we were in school. It, or they, have eaten about 1/2 cup of birdseed in two days.

Anonymous said

at 1:09 pm on Feb 4, 2008

Hello from Pennsylvania!
The crows must have visited us over the weekend. When we came in today the feeder was empty. We added a cup of seed this morning (2-4-2008).

Anonymous said

at 10:25 am on Feb 11, 2008

Good Morning on a very cold Monday morning! 7 degrees F!!! We had a 2 hour delay due to the cold. Last week our crows came back more frequently and we now have some smaller birds, too. They are probably sparrows. We have seen a lot of them around one tree at the edge of the school grounds. (2-11-2008)

Anonymous said

at 3:39 pm on Feb 15, 2008

The birds that we are now seeing are called dark eyed juncos. We found photos on the Internet and learned about them.
We are so glad that the birds have finally found our feeder and birdseed! 2-15-2008

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