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    • $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 Do I Know You? What’s For Dinner? Home Tweet Home Feather Freak Cool Facts
    • Do I Know You? (Be Specific) What’s For Dinner? Home Tweet Home Feather Freak Cool Facts $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $600 $800 $400 $1000
    • Do I Know You? $200
    • Do I Know You? $400
    • Do I Know You? $600
      • Type question here
    • Do I Know You? $800
    • Do I Know You? $1000
    • Do I Know You? $200-Answer
      • Male Eastern Bluebird
    • Do I Know You? $400-Answer
      • Male American Kestrel
    • Do I Know You? $600-Answer
      • Barn Owl
    • Do I Know You? $800-Answer
      • Female American Kestrel
    • Do I Know You? $1000-Answer
      • Young Barn Owls
    • What’s For Dinner? $200
      • What do Eastern Bluebirds eat the most?
    • What’s For Dinner? $400 Daily Double This bird sometimes “hovers” in mid-air before pouncing on it’s prey of mostly small animals like grasshoppers, lizards & mice.
    • What’s For Dinner? $600
      • Research by biologists have found that in Kentucky, this bird loves to eat voles. Who?
    • What’s For Dinner? $800
      • The Bluebird, American Kestrel & Barn Owl eat insects and rodents. How might having these birds around help farmers and gardeners?
    • What’s For Dinner? $1000
      • This bird’s hearing is so good it can find a mouse in complete darkness which is a great adaptation for a bird that likes to hunt at night. A two part question—What bird am I? AND What is the scientific word for an animal most active at night?
    • What’s For Dinner? $200-Answer
      • They eat mostly insects. They also eat berries and occasionally even small animals.
    • What’s For Dinner? $400-Answer
      • American Kestrel
    • What’s For Dinner? $600-Answer
      • Barn Owl
    • What’s For Dinner? $800-Answer
      • They do farmers and gardeners a favor by eating things that can damage plants and crops.
      • Also, they save us money by reducing the loss of crop to rodents and the need to buy pesticides.
    • What’s For Dinner? $1000-Answer
      • 1 st Question—Barn Owl
      • 2 nd Question—Nocturnal
    • Home Tweet Home $200
      • Before deciding where to put a bird nest box, what is the most important thing we should think about?
    • Home Tweet Home $400
      • Eastern Bluebirds are “cavity nesters.” Name two examples of a place where a bluebird might nest.
    • Home Tweet Home $600
      • Other than a nest box, give an example of where a Barn Owl might nest?
    • Home Tweet Home $800
      • What type of habitat do Eastern Bluebirds, American Kestrels & Barn Owls prefer?
    • Home Tweet Home $1000
      • This bird is a threat to the Eastern Bluebird. It is non-native and prefers the same kinds of nesting areas. If this bird builds a nest in a Bluebird nest box…it should be removed and destroyed.
    • Home Tweet Home $200-Answer
      • Nest boxes, hollow fence posts or hollow trees
    • Home Tweet Home $400-Answer
      • Location—Is this the right kind of habitat for this bird?
    • Home Tweet Home $600-Answer
      • Barns, silos, grain bins, hollow trees, chimneys
    • Home Tweet Home $800-Answer
      • Grasslands, Open farmland
    • Home Tweet Home $1000-Answer
      • House Sparrow
    • Feather Freak Cool Facts $200
      • The population numbers for this bird are on the rise. This is largely due to the effort of many who have put up nest boxes for this bird. What bird am I?
    • Feather Freak Cool Facts $400
      • This bird is sometimes called the “sparrow hawk” because of it’s size. It is the smallest of falcons found in North America.
    • Feather Freak Cool Facts $600
      • When building nest boxes for birds it is best to use “untreated lumber.” Why?
    • Feather Freak Cool Facts $800
      • We have seen a recent population decline for two of our three birds. Because of the decline they have been listed as a “species of greatest conservation need” in Ky’s Wildlife Action Plan. Name the two birds listed?
    • Feather Freak Cool Facts $1000
      • In 2010, there were 23 documented Barn Owl nests in Ky. In 2011, the number was lower. Thinking back to last winter, what might be one reason the numbers have declined.
    • Feather Freak Cool Facts $200-Answer
      • Eastern Bluebird
    • Feather Freak Cool Facts $400-Answer
      • American Kestrel
    • Feather Freak Cool Facts $600-Answer
      • “ Treated lumber” can contain chemicals that may be harmful to young birds.
    • Feather Freak Cool Facts $800-Answer
      • American Kestrel & Barn Owl
    • Feather Freak Cool Facts $1000-Answer
      • A cold winter with lots of snow and ice cover made it difficult for Barn Owls to hunt and find food.
    • Final Jeopardy
      • Life & Death
    • Final Jeopardy
      • List at least three reasons why the populations of Eastern Bluebirds, American Kestrels and Barn Owls may be decreasing.
      You have 1 minute to consult…
    • Final Jeopardy
      • List at least three reasons why the populations of Eastern Bluebirds, American Kestrels and Barn Owls may be decreasing.
      You have 30 seconds to consult…
    • Final Jeopardy
      • List at least three reasons why the populations of Eastern Bluebirds, American Kestrels and Barn Owls may be decreasing.
      You have 15 seconds to consult…
    • Final Jeopardy
      • List at least three reasons why the populations of Eastern Bluebirds, American Kestrels and Barn Owls may be decreasing.
      Time Is Up
    • Final Jeopardy - Answer
      • Loss of nesting sites, dead tree removal, pesticide use, clearing of fence rows, invasive species (House Sparrows),
    • Jeopardy
      • Thank you for playing!!