This morning, I took my chemistry class out on a scavenger hunt for pure substances, heterogeneous mixtures, homogeneous mixtures, and solutions.
It seemed like a good way to have them process some of the week's key ideas and take advantage of a beautiful wintery day in Florida.
When we popped out the stairwell door and into the elementary school playground, one of the resident ospreys was waiting for us.
Well, hello Ms. Sara N. Dippity!
You know me, I usually have my camera with me, wherever I am.
So, as the students scattered out in teams seeking mixtures of all kinds, I walked over to the osprey's perch and grabbed a few portraits.
|He was pretty magnificent against the bluemonguous sky.|
|He may need to work on his posture though. It was cold and breezy, so he was probably just conserving some of that bodacious bird body heat.|
I wonder how many mullet have been field-stripped by that curved black blade?