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‘Let the birds be free’ Poem by 9 year old Bookosmian from Bangalore

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Nature with Sara activities for kids BookosmiaHello hello, Sara here! Thanks for pouring in your entries to my ‘Nature with Sara’ section, in which we find a beautiful way to enjoy nature, while still being locked in.

Dont miss the accompanying cool facts.

 

Sara reads stories for kids by young writers Aashritha Bangalore Bookosmia

Today’s lovely poem on the significance of birds is written by 9 year old Aashritha Surya Prakash from Bangalore.

Aashritha goes to Vidya Niketan School, Bangalore and is a student of Talespin.

 

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There go the ducks, “Quack, quack, quack”
There go the robins, “Chack, chack, chack”
There go the eagles, soaring through the sky
There go the vultures, flying ever so high.

 

Over hills and dales
And woodland pines
Over hidden caves
And huge gold mines

 

Never faulting
Never halting
Till they find a warmer place
Clever people call it migrating.

 

They are wonderful creatures
They truly care
But who are their enemies?
An elephant or a hare?

 

Then I wonder,
“Who could it be?”
It’s nobody else,
Just you and me.

 

Yes, we are the ones
Invading their homes
But what harm have they done?
The answer is none.

 

On the contrary,
They help us a lot
Pollinating seeds in little pots

 

So stop cutting trees
And let them be free.

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Nature with Sara activities for kids Bookosmia
Hey, Sara here again. Did you enjoy that beautiful poem by Aashrita? How about some some cool facts on birds?
Cool Fact#1 : Ostriches have the largest eyes of any land animal
Ostrich eyes are the largest of any animal that lives on land (though they can’t rival some of the massive creatures that inhabit the depths of the sea). Approximately the size of a billiard ball, their eyes are actually bigger than their brains.
Read more at Mental Floss here
Nature with Sara Ostrich fact Bookosmia
Cool Fact#2 : In ancient Greece, Pigeons are believed to have delivered results of the Olympics
Believed to be the first domesticated bird, pigeons were used for millennia to deliver messages, including important military information, and the outcome of the early Olympic games. Though non-avian mail delivery has become more popular over time, pigeons were used as recently as World War II to carry select messages.
pigeon facts nature with Sara Bookosmia

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