At Recess, some of us noticed that there seemed to be no bird activity around the Live Oak trees near the playground. We thought that was a little strange, so we decided to be still and just listen for birds. With everyone quietly attentive, one student fixed her eyes on a large dark object in the tree. Once we recognized that it was an Owl, we understood why there were no other birds around! We learned that to observe birds in their natural habitat, doing what they do naturally, you must: 1) be quiet 2) keep your distance, 3) be still or move slowly. Here is a great website to see photographs, listen to bird sounds, and learn as much as you can about the Birds in Your Neighborhood! https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Great_Horned_Owl/overview A. Draw a Great Horned Owl and color it with colored pencils B. Label your drawing with a Title, Parts of a Bird, and Text Boxes to teach others what you learned. C. Take a photo of your Finished Work D. Submit it to this SeeSaw assignment.