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Bird Identification


This one has a yellow head, it’s got two white bars on it’s wings and it must be the yellow finch.

It’s black it’s a decent size it must be a raven.

This one has a little bit of black on it’s crown the rest of it is brown it must be a chickadee.

This picture is just for the fun Because I think it’s cool when the bird is flapping it’s wings and you see it frozen.


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What I Learned.


This week I learned a lot about spiders like the Trapdoor spider, the Black Widow, the Jumping spider and the Tarantula.

The Trapdoor Spider. The Trapdoor Spider does not make a web because in it’s name says Trapdoor Spider because it makes it’s home underground and makes trapdoors and when a insect walks beside the door it will get in position and then strike.

The Black Widow. The Black Widow spider is like any other spider it makes webs but the reason why it is one of the most popular spiders is because of how dangerous and it’s cool color pattern.

The Jumping Spider. The Jumping Spider use’s it’s back legs to jump to attack it’s pray. Also it has red eyes to help see better so it can get it’s pray the Jumping Spider’s jumps are very accurate.

The Tarantula. The Tarantula is not poisonous it is venomous. Poison actually is accidentally injected in to you body by accident like the poison dart frog the only reason why people say it’s poisonous it’s just like some liquid from inside their body that mikes with the water.

That is what i learned this week you can always reach me at jakelewie10@gmail.com

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Weekly Farm Post


This week we got 32 new ewe lambs some of them we might keep for breeding and some of them for meat. The rest of our cows started having their babies! So far two were born in the last five days.

Here is this weeks photo album.

This calf was born three days ago.
This is Willow the oldest barn cat tomorrow is her 5th birthday.
My sister Olivia found this poor bird close to the machinery shed.
These two pictures are of the new ewe lambs that we bought
This calf was born yesterday, she looks a lot like her mom.

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What I Learned


This week I learned about observing mosquitoes, flies and dragon flies.

Did you now mosquitoes are the most dangerous animal in the world.

Dragon flies are the most fast insect in the world.

Did you now flies can carry disease so swat them of your food ASAP because they leave juice that could give illnesses.

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Weekly Farm Post


This week we got about 45 new cows some of their calves are really cute!Also I got my babysitting licence last day! And we also got a new calf three days ago, his name is grumpy, he is really cute too!

Here is this weeks photo album.

One of dads firsts tractor’s.
Some of the new cows.
One of the cute new calves.
This new calf fell a sleep.
Some of the new cows have nose rings.
This is one of are oldest cows.
This photo is of Benji one of our guard dogs from one year ago
and this is Benji now.
Can you lick your tongue like that?
This is some spring rye that dad planted last summer.
This is the new calf that was born three days ago.

Where looking for calf names that start with G for this year give your name ideas at jakelewie10@gmail (please give more then one name in the email) 🙂

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What I Learned


(From lesson 15 to 20)

I learned about bees and something really cool about bees is that there larva swim in honey until they become a pupa. Did you now that the Japanese honey bees kill their enemy’s by heating them over the temperature they can stand.

I learned about termites. The Termites worst enemy is the ants. Did you the queen Termite can reach up to one feat long and also get so big that they can’t take care of themselves. Termites can do a lot of damage

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Weekly Farm Post


This week we finally moved the cows to pasture, the flerd went to the biggest and the most rocky paddock. This week as one of my assignments was to make a shed for Patrick Kane, well really it was my idea to do that but I have one wall done so far. This weekend I’m going to do my baby siting course and my sisters are in a mini star competition at school (my sisters go to school but not me I’m home schooled).

Here is this weeks photo album.

The triplets mom eating dandelions I gave her.
One of the triplets.
Geraldine the bottle calf sticking her tongue out.

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Weekly Farm Post


we just moved the flerd to the closest paddock if your wondering what a flerd is it is a mix of sheep, goats and some bottle calves. Not all calves need to be bottle fed it’s just for the ones that go whit the flerd. We also have a guard dog and a pony to protect the flerd from predators like bears and coyotes. By the way kid means baby goat.

And here is this weeks photo album.

The flerd in a new paddock grazing.
Kid grazing in freshly moved pasture.
This is my pet Patrick Kane
helping dad collect the eggs.

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What Else I Learned


(from lessons 5 to 10)

I learned about observing beetles and lady bugs. Did you know that lady bugs are a species of beetles?

I learned how to collect, preserve and display insects, I even did one with a beetle dad found and I collected it, then preserved it after that I displayed it. Sadly the cat knocked it down.

There is most of what I learned from lesson 5 to lesson 10.

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What I Learned


(from lessons 1 to 5)

I learned about the insect taxonomy which that is the way most scientist use to tell which family the insect is from. Also I learned about the insect life cycle, there are two kinds of metamorphosis incomplete metamorphosis and complete metamorphosis, for example butterflies go thru complete metamorphosis which is about a four stage cycle, stage #1 eggs, #2 larva, #3 chrysalis and #4 which that is adult.

There is what I learned from lesson 1 to lesson 5.