Hello! My name is Mrs. Clark. Please join me as I travel to study the mammals of Nova Scotia!

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

All the Preparation

Hello everyone!
It only seems like I found out I will be part of a 12 person team to travel to Nova Scotia in late March. YEAH! I am still full of excitment. Yet, I am doing my best to balance all of my school responsiblities, advising, family and get prepared for my expedition. This blog was blocked by my email but now here I am!

So which of the following are MTYH vs FACT about my upcoming research?
1. Learning from researchers how to identify and find signs of mammals in the wild.
2. Setting up live traps and then checking the trap and collecting data on each animal and the weather.
3. Crawling on hands and knees and looking for mammal scat in site plots.
4. Building bat houses or a wood boardwalk to protect sensitive amphibian habitiat.


  1. I think they are all facts! Cannot wait to learn more. Kaylynn

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  3. hows the weather down there -colten

  4. Cotlen the weather is today windy with a high temp of about 30. Should be about the same tomorrow but not so windy. Also looks like warmer temps through the week with no rain or snow! ~Mrs. Clark

  5. we know your north of Maine. we also have you seen any more animals besides Lycos? What is the weather like today? - 2hr animal science

  6. a dike is a mound of soil that blocks the Atlantic Ocean from good farm land.-8th grade

  7. Hey Mrs. Clark caint wait for you to get back from your trip. It sounds like ur having lots of fun. Mabey you could bring back some ideas for FFA with some animals. Also mabey you could bring back some Lobster (Haha). I hope you will share when you get back. Anyways have fun and see you soon.
    ~Amanda M- FFA member and 2nd hour Animal science student~

  8. We miss you

  9. Good luck with findng more animals. Is it Cold? We hope you're having fun-6th grade Dickson