Saturday, October 15, 2011


This is a presentation about an extinct bird called the Bittern. It has been our task for the kiwi's reading group.


Brianne Woods said...

Hi Miss Gardenl and Room 17,
My name is Brianne Woods. I am a student at the University of South Alabama which is located in Mobile, Alabama in the United States. I just wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed viewing your Google Presentation on the New Zealand Bitterns. I learned so many things about the Bitterns through your slideshow. Thank you so much for sharing! Keep up the good work!

Kathy Zoghby said...

Miss Gardenl and Room 17,

I am also a student at the University of South Alabama. I love teaching and I love animals. I have had cats, dogs, hamsters, birds, squirrels and horses. Right now I have 6 pets.

I really enjoyed learning about Bitterns and I am so sorry that they are now extinct. I hope that you can save more wild life in New Zealand from further extinction. Thanks for getting the word out and lets all do our part to protect our animals!

Great job!
Mrs. Kathy Zoghby

Dominique Spence said...

Hello Miss Gardenl Room 17! I am Dominique Spence. I attend the University of South Alabama in the United States. I am glad to be able to post a comment onto your blog! This is a very interesting blog! I love learning facts about animals especially those that I do not see here where I live. I have never heard of a Bittern before. You all did a very good job of introducing this bird and facts about it to everyone viewing your post. The Bittern looks cool. How did it becone extinct? It did not lay many eggs and could be apart of its extinction. I look forward to more post from you all so that I may learn more. Great Job!