mellolover wrote:What do you have to do for amphibians and reptiles? My schedule got all messed up for the regionals.
Uhh, learn stuff? Use logic and reasoning? Turn pages?
You should take the time to study the Training Handout
(the fundamentals of the event) and then learn what a lot of specimens eat, when they are active, how they reproduce, what certain structures are for, how they relate to their environment, what their range is, and so forth. Find the specimens here
...be able to identify as many by sight as you can.___________________________________
Anyone here know how to deal with the bolded part of the rules (recordings of songs)? At a Div. C invitational I competed at in January, there was nada; however, yesterday, my Middle Schoolers came back to me complaining that a 'game' of some kind played four frog calls and they had to distinguish between them (what it really meant was blow four points by guessing). That throws me and everyone else on our team into a snare because none of us have any remote idea how to discern one call from another. I have a few Web sites with some already, but they're meaningless if there is no way to memorise them...have any pointers?