I’m sorry I have not been working on this blog for a while…
So, I decided: “Hey! I’m going to post all my recent stuff!!”
Here are my most recent videos from October 2015 to now (March 3 2016)!!
Doctor Who Mastermind Quiz Show
A Month of Minecraft
If I were an Astronaut, Where Would I Go?
Sharks, The Most Feared Water Creatures
How to Write the Arabic Alphabet
Panning for Gold
PLEO, Your Robot Camarasaurus Pet
Different Forms of Energy
Facts about Pokemon
March 3, 2016
Arts and Crafts, Discoveries, DIY, Engineering, Film, History, Nature, Notables, Science, Travel •
that bird I found about a month ago?
Look! It’s another baby bird.
I think this one had a broken wing.
It couldn’t fly, so I took it to an Animal Rescue Center.
This is the bird in the box.
I don’t think he liked it in there because he pooped. Or maybe it’s just because he didn’t like the color orange.
The people at the Animal Rescue Center said this bird was a baby cuckoo bird.
A few days ago, I discovered these turtle eggs.
This is me holding the turtle eggs.
They were really hard.
I hope none of the baby turtles got eaten.
Maybe this turtle laid the eggs. I think this is a soft shell turtle.
Check out this cool catfish. I found it in my yard. I’ve been trying to figure out what might have eaten it and brought it on land.
Muskrat? Raccoon? Snake? Bird? Turtle? Beaver? (If you don’t believe beavers eat fish, take a look at
What do you think?
This is me poking it with a stick.
It has tiny sharp little teeth too. Do you see that tongue?
Look! Half of it is eaten. It must have been humongous.
Stay tuned, like my guitar, for more of The Independent Kid’s adventures.
It’s me again. Today, I have a new recipe for you: Homemade Blueberry Juice!
I thought of making Blueberry Juice because for some reason, I wanted something BLUE to drink. It didn’t turn out BLUE, but it sure was yummy!
Put blueberries, honey and water into your blender. Blend it. Taste it to make sure you have enough honey. Strain it into a bottle. And DRINK!
P.S. If you want a soda, just add baking soda for some fizz!
One day, I was walking and noticed a lot of noise. I went to check it out and there was a snake and a heron fighting outside. The heron flew away and left the snake on the ground without a head, just as I was approaching.
I left the snake because it was kind of spooky. When I left, guess what returned? The heron!
When I came back a few hours later, this is what I found. Sorry I didn’t have a camera to take a photo of the snake with its skin on, but this is even better.
Take a look at what was also left of the snake: blood and guts.
I didn’t know that herons ate snakes!
One day this past week, my dad was working outside. When I came out to look for him, he showed me a baby bird that had fallen out of its nest. I decided to pick it up and put it on the pinestraw to keep it safe from the mower. But, then, it hopped right back on to the grass.
What a crazy bird! Didn’t he know I put him there for a reason?!?
I really wanted to give the poor bird some food. But, it wouldn’t eat anything. It just kept opening its little beak.
my last post about the dead fish?
The next day, I found another fish nearby. And guess what? I saw THREE turtles eating it at different times!
Watch this video! It shows one of the turtles devouring the fish!
I thought I saw a plesiosaurus coming!
This is the Loch Ness Monster. It is supposed to be a plesiosaurus.
This is what I really saw.
Then, I realized, it was a humungous dead fish!
I poked and prodded it with a stick until it came on land.
Look! It’s about 3 1/2 feet long! (It’s bigger than my foot!)
This fish is even bigger than
the one I discovered before!
I wonder if they ate these!
WOW! That’s HUGE!
Look! These are so long!
This is the biggest fish skeleton I’ve ever found!
It’s me, The Independent Kid!
Today, I was gardening when I saw a lot of vultures. They were feasting on dead pike fish! They only left the bones. The largest one was 2 feet and 4 inches.
Cool or what?
Hope you enjoyed my true story of the day.
The Independent Kid