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  • Challenge Question #3

    kevin adams (bob1@knet.flemingc.on.ca)
    Sat, 1 Mar 1997 19:27:17 GMT

    The birds that were sitting on the poles are not loons. I can tell because
    loons do not sit on poles. We have watched the loons in Bobcaygeon, Ontario
    in the summer time and they do not do this. It takes them a long time to
    take off and land on water. They are not able to land or take off from a
    pole like pelicans or sea-gulls.

    Stephanie Armstrong & Kaleigh Burne, gr. 5
    Bobcaygeon Public School
    Bobcaygeon, Ontario