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Debra Toor
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Non-fiction Author, Connecting Kids to Vultures Locally and Globally
Non-fiction Author, Connecting Kids to Vultures Locally and Globally

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Had a fun session with these clever young biologists.
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My Skype classroom session last week: Twenty-four grade four Junior Biologists in Indianna explored vultures, and why/how conservation scientists collect and use credible data. Despite some technical issues, we had a good learning experience.
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"Very engaging narrative nonfiction tale of a mother turkey vulture and her quest to feed her babies. Students will learn lots of great survival tactics of the turkey vulture (and love it because of the types of adaptations - it speaks "kid language"). We had the great fortune of also Skyping with the author who is extremely knowledgeable and very kid friendly in bringing ecosystems alive!" Gr. 4 Teacher, Sandra Swanger at Shady Grove Elementary, Pennsylvania
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Pennsylvania Gr. 4 Jr. Biologists Re: today's Skype in the Classroom Visit "Who knew vultures could be so fascinating? Wow, vultures are just as important to our ecosystems as worms are to the soil."
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