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Bird Watching Quiz

Bird Watching Quiz



ID bird orders and take a quiz that uses a picture and song to test your bird watching knowledge!

ID bird orders and take a quiz that uses a picture and song to test your bird watching knowledge!



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    Bird Watching Quiz Bird Watching Quiz Presentation Transcript

    • BirdsKingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Aves
    • Orders of BirdsSongbirdsPasseriformesBeaks: Short or pointy, crush seedsor grab wormsFeet: For perching on branchesWell-developed vocal organsLargest order – 5,200+ speciesExamples: Sparrows,cardinals, wrens, larks…
    • Orders of BirdsTropical BirdsPsittaciformesBeaks: Curved and strong to crush seedsFeet: For perching on branchesWell-developed vocal organsExamples: Parrots,cockatoos, parakeets
    • Orders of BirdsBirds of PreyFalconiformesBeaks: Sharp and curved – tear fleshFeet: Talons for capturing preyExcellent vision, Vultures havegood sense of smellExamples: Eagles, hawks,falcons, vultures
    • Orders of BirdsNocturnal Birds of Prey – OwlsStrigiformesBeaks: Sharp and curved – tear fleshFeet: Talons for capturing preyBig eyes for good night visionCan turn heads 180 degreesExamples: Screech owl,great horned owl, barredowl
    • Orders of BirdsGame BirdsGalliformesBeaks: Pointed and tough to eat seedsFeet: Running – have claws and spursBig, round bodies, little headsExamples: Chickens, quail,turkeys, pheasants, grouse
    • Orders of BirdsWaterfowlAnseriformesBeaks: Flat to grind veggies, filters at edges of billFeet: Webbed for swimmingStrong fliers, reach the highestaltitudes- 30,000 feet+Examples: Geese, swans,ducks
    • Orders of BirdsWadersCiconiiformesBeaks: Long and pointed for catching fishFeet: Long legs, non-webbed, large feet Examples: Storks, herons, ibises
    • Bird-Watching QuizThere are 424 species of birds thatcan be found in Kansas. How manydo you think you see on a normalday?The Kansas record for the mostbird species seen in a 24-hourperiod is 225!
    • Bird-Watching QuizTo practice your recognition of thedifferent orders of birds and to seehow well you can identifyingcommon Kansas birds, you willtake part in a bird-watching quiz.
    • Bird-Watching QuizEach slide will show a picture of aKansas bird. You will need to writethe general name of its order.Your choices are:a) Songbirds e) Waterfowlb) Tropical Birds f) Game Birdsc) Birds of Prey g) Wadersd) Nocturnal Birds of Prey
    • Bird-Watching QuizYou will also receive half a bonuspoint for correctly naming any ofthe birds.
    • Bird-Watching QuizReady….
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    • Bird-Watching Quiz ~Answers~
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#1: F- Game Bird Northern Bobwhite Quail
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#2: A- Song Bird Black-capped Chickadee
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#3: C- Bird of Prey Red-tailed Hawk
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#4: E- Waterfowl Wood Duck
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#5: A- Song Bird Red-winged Blackbird
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#6: C- Bird of Prey Turkey Vulture
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#7: G- Wader Great Blue Heron
    • Bird-Watching Quiz A- Song Bird#8: Western Meadowlark
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#9: C- Bird of Prey Bald Eagle
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#10: E- WaterfowlCanada Goose
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#11: A- Song Bird Eastern Bluebird
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#12: B- Tropical Carolina Parakeet
    • Bird-Watching Quiz D- Nocturnal BOP#13: Barn Owl
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#14: A- Song Bird Blue Jay
    • Bird-Watching Quiz #15: F- Game BirdGreater PrairieChicken
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#16: C- Bird of PreyAmericanKestrel
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#17: A- Song BirdEuropeanStarling
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#18: E- Waterfowl Snow Geese
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#19: G- Wader Cattle Egret
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#20:D- NocturnalBOP Burrowing Owl
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#21: F- Game Bird Ring-necked Pheasant
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#22: E- Waterfowl Blue-winged Teal
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#23: A- Song Bird House Finch
    • Bird-Watching Quiz D- Nocturnal BOP#24: Barred Owl
    • Bird-Watching Quiz#25: A- Song Bird Barn Swallow
    • Bird-Watching QuizOther Kansas Birds WoodpeckersDowny NorthernWoodpecker Flicker
    • Bird-Watching QuizOther Kansas Birds Whip-poor-whilDownyWoodpecker
    • Bird-Watching QuizOther Kansas Birds Mourning Dove
    • Bird-Watching QuizOther Kansas Birds Belted Kingfisher
    • Bird-Watching QuizOther Kansas BirdsRuby-throatedHummingbird
    • ~The End~That ’ sQuackt ast i c!