Go. Bad Weather Ahead (+0 Miles)
Good news and bad news: The cranes and planes would have a great little tailwind with the 5-to-10-mph north wind blowing on high. But south winds and rain from the Gulf of Mexico will arrive at the next stopover site before the birds would land. So it's down-day #2 in Cumberland County, Illinois. So, think of a question you'd like to ask the team if they visited your school. Then dig into today's journal questions.
Here's a question students asked yesterday:
Students: What do you do if two cranes start fighting?
Joe Duff: If it's not too serious, we let them settle
it themselves. This helps to determine and sort out the dominance
But if it starts to escalate to the point the one or both
could get injured, then we step in and break it up using the puppet
by placing ourselves between the two birds.