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Posted by Elly_NJ NJ z6 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 28, 05 at 9:31

cow, sheep or goat? I'm trying to show the difference between wildlife and domestic animals for my program.

Thanks!

Elly


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  • Posted by htown North Houston (My Page) on
    Thu, Jul 28, 05 at 18:30

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This is a very friendly cow or bull at Maas Nursery.


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Well, how 'bout domestic ducks???...which should never be dumped into public ponds, but routinely are :-( These are my pets!

Here is a link that might be useful: Elton & Gracie


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Thanks!


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There's a goat at my local shelter. I'll try to get a good pic of him.


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Thanks! I got what I needed.

Much gratitude!

Elly


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Elly, sure hope this goes well for you. I'm hopeful that you can help to educate kids in this regard. Please keep us posted on how the project works out.


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Here's a goat pic for ya:


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Oh, she's beautiful. Thanks!

I will "debut" the program tomorrow. It's called "Your Wild Backyard." In it I teach about how for many of us, nature begins in our backyards, and how backyards can be ecosystems. I will go over the different habitats in various backyards, and how to find critters if you know what you're looking for. I emphasize the importance of enhancing backyard habitats with native plants and flowers, providing more food, cover and breeding areas.

I also have a focus on the importance of bugs, and how they work in the food web, and I talk about the role snags play in forests.

Thank you all.

Elly


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