In these elementary science experiments you will be studying the feeding habits of wild birds. Birds feeding in the wild often eat a variety of seeds, insects and other things in a variety of places.
These simple and easy science experiments can be conducted by a single individual or a group. If a group completes the project they should compare their notes with others about the variety of birds attracted to different types of feeders.
Check around before you start this experiment to find the various types of feeders that the birds in your area like to use. If you live in an apartment or have a large yard you can have fun watching the birds come to your feeders. Some birds like to eat off the ground while others prefer to eat only on the ground so you will need to find feeders that fit both locations.
Science Experiment, Mentos Experiment Have fun creating a geyser of diet coke in the fun and exciting experiment.
Science Experiments, Great Ice Cube Race The great ice cube race tests the time it takes for different shapes of ice cubes to melt.
Water Cycle Experiments, Acid Rain Learn what happens when acid rain falls on objects made of calcite in this experiment.
Volcano Experiment, Volcanic Eruptions Find out what happens when expanding gases in magma cannot escape beneath a volcano.
Water Cycle Experiment, Salt on a Stick This experiment combines science and history as it shows how Indians collected salt and exchanged it for obsidian.
Elementary Science Experiments, Bird Feeders Study the feeding habits of wild birds in your back yard or porch area in these elementary science experiments.
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