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  1. Mrs. Kirschner’s Class Winter Animals 2014

  2. The Artic Hareby Krystie • Artic Hares adapt to survive the winter. • In winter the fur turns white like snow. • The hare’s soft fur is gray and brown.

  3. The Black Bearby Daren • Black Bears hibernate to survive the winter. • A Black Bear’s white chest is called a blaze. • They hibernate lightly in dens during most of the winter.

  4. The Boa Constrictor by Royce • Boa Constrictors hibernate to survive the winter. • Boa constrictors can go two weeks without food. • Boa constrictors swallow their prey whole.

  5. The Canadian Gooseby Abigail • Canadian Geese migrate to survive in the winter. • In the fall and winter Canadian geese eat grains like corn and wheat. • Adults can weigh 12 pounds.

  6. The Chipmunk by Adam • Chipmunks hibernate to survive the winter. • They build burrows rocks and fallen logs. • Chipmunks eat food like pizza from garbage cans.

  7. The Deerby Ashley • Deer adapt to survive the winter. • Deer grow thicker fur coats. • Deer can walk a few hours after being born.

  8. The FrogbyMadeline • Frogs hibernate to survive the winter. • Frog are 5 inches long. • The animal’s metabolism slows so it can sleep away the winter.

  9. The Grizzly Bear by Maya • Grizzly bears hibernate to survive the winter. • Grizzly bears are mammals with brown fur. • They hibernate in dens during the winter.

  10. The Hawkby Ricky • Hawks migrate to survive the winter. • Hawks live in all habitats except very cold icy areas. • Hawks travel to warmer places during the winter.

  11. The Humpback Whale by Pavlos • Humpback whales migrate to survive the winter. • Humpback whales migrate up to16,000 miles each year. • They live in tropical waters during winter.

  12. The Jack Rabbitby Gianna • Jackrabbits adapt to survive the winter. • Jackrabbits jump up to 20 feet and 6 meters. • Fur is white, brown, and /or black.

  13. The Monarch Butterfly by Mariyah • Monarch butterflies migrate to survive the winter. • They fly south during fall. • The eat nectar from flowers.

  14. The Mouse by Mihir • Mice survive the winter by hibernating. • House mice climb and swim well. • They burrow into sandy deserts.

  15. The Raccoon by Andrew • Raccoon hibernate to survive the winter. • Raccoons are mammals. • They are black and brown. • Raccoons make dens in trees, rocks, or the ground.

  16. The Rattlesnake by Daunte • Rattlesnakes hibernate to survive the winter. • Rattlesnakes go weeks without food. • Rattlesnakes live in hot, dry deserts.

  17. The Skunk by Hope • Skunks hibernate to survive the winter. • They cork up openings the of the den to make sure the warmth stays in. • Skunks will sleep for a week or two during severe winter.

  18. The Toad by Brandon • Toads hibernate to survive the winter. • Toads live on land and in water. • Toads sleep in the water.

  19. The Woodchuck by Reece • Woodchucks hibernate to survive the winter. • They sleep under ground from October to March. • Baby woodchucks are born blind.