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Tomorrow Looks Good (+0 Miles)
October 22, 2007: Migration Day 10

Photo Operation Migration

Breezy, damp and down again — but things look good for a flight tomorrow. Pilot Richard pointed out that their departure on Oct. 13 was the first time that all 4 ultralights and all 17 birds of the Class of 2007 were in the air at once. Come back to see if it will happen again tomorrow!

In the Classroom

  • Today's Journal Question:
    (a) On Oct. 13, Joe and his 6 birds only flew at about 300 feet altitude. Write a sentence comparingthis to the the height of the USA's Statue of Liberty in New York. This chart will help you. >>
    (b-for bonus)
    On Oct. 13, Richard and Brooke flew at 400-500 feet altitude when they were flying with one bird at a time. Write a sentence comparing their altitude with something on this chart. >>




Journey North is pleased to feature this educational adventure presented in cooperation with the Whooping Crane Eastern Partnership (WCEP).
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