Hello hello, Sara here! Thanks for pouring in your entries to the exciting Children’s Day contest around wildlife. We found a beautiful way to enjoy nature, while still being locked in, isn’t it?
Don’t miss the creative write up by kids and fun facts by Kaadoo, makers of wildlife-based, table top games and sponsors of the Children’s Day contest prizes.
Here is a wonderful poem on the ‘ Golden Crowned Crane’ by 8 year old Arkendu Banerjee from Kolkata
A bird from the family of crane,
With a grey coloured crown.
We will call it a grey crowned crane,
With a speciality itself in its name.
A bird with grey crown,
Not found in the Indian town.
It’s the national bird of Uganda,
Not less famous than Anaconda.
Displays its dance in the rains,
It is omnivores and eats insects and grains.
And makes a honking sound,
When it moves around.
Hey, Sara here again. Did you enjoy that simple and adorable write up? Now, as promised, some cool facts about Forest Eagle Owl, shared by Kaadoo, prepared in collaboration with World Wide Fund for Nature. (WWF)
Cool Fact# 1- A spray of stiff golden feathers forms a crown around their heads.
With a striking crown of stiff golden feathers, the gray crowned crane’s greatest threat comes from humans who view this bird as a status symbol, resulting in widespread poaching and illegal trade.
Cool Fact# 2- This bird is Uganda’s national bird, and a sacred symbol for Kenya, Namibia, Zambia and South Africa.
The grey or golden crowned crane is the national bird of Uganda and features in the country’s flag and coat of arms.