Flint River Project

An immersive authentic educational project by Westwood Schools in Camilla, GA US

Tanner B.
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  • Pelham, Georgia
  • United States

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  • Jay P.
  • Jake E
  • Mason J
  • ETHAN
  • Mason W.
  • Miller : )
  • Nolan R
  • Sharpie
  • T-Rob
  • dustin c.
  • Krysten =]
  • Austin H
  • Riley A
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Tanner B. posted a blog post

My Pictures From the Flint River Project

This is my friend Mason. He was my partner during most of the Flint River Project.The contraption in the back will remove antlers from deer by catching them in the bungee cords. We saw this on the hike with Mrs. Betty.This is a dead hawk that we saw while we were on the hike with Mrs. Betty. mThis is the pontoon boat that we used to collect water samples with Mrs. Dean.This is a collection of arrow heads owned by the people that took us on the pontoon boat.See More
May 14, 2009
Tanner B. posted a blog post

Flint River Project Reflection

The first day my group went kayaking with Mrs. Jennifer. I got a kayak with Mason, and Andrew flipped his kayak. We kayaked for two hours, but it didn't seem like it took that long. We saw a few birds and some turtles. We kayaked over three old Indian dams, which were just a bunch of rocks. Kayaking was very fun and I am ready to go again.The second day my group went looking for bugs with Mrs. Jenni. We found many beetles, water bugs, spiders, and some dragonflies. We saw animal tracks, but we…See More
May 12, 2009
Tanner B.'s blog post was featured

Common Fish Found in the Flint River

There are many different species of fish in the Flint River. The most common are bass, bream, catfish.Shoal bass stay near the swift currents and near the rocky shoals.Largemouth bass like to stay in the slower moving currents.Striped Bass migrate from the sea to spawn in the Flint River…See More
May 8, 2009
Vicki Davis commented on Tanner B.'s blog post Common Fish Found in the Flint River
"Apaloosa's scare me!! It was fascinating how some of the very large fish are in the flint! This is a great post with information and great photos and hyperlinks! Nice work!"
May 8, 2009
Tanner B. posted a blog post

Common Fish Found in the Flint River

There are many different species of fish in the Flint River. The most common are bass, bream, catfish.Shoal bass stay near the swift currents and near the rocky shoals.Largemouth bass like to stay in the slower moving currents.Striped Bass migrate from the sea to spawn in the Flint River…See More
May 8, 2009
Tanner B. left a comment for Mason J
"You wanna wear my vest, it smell good."
May 5, 2009
Mason J left a comment for Tanner B.
"You ain't got no style!"
Mar 24, 2009
Tanner B. joined Tinsley's group
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Group 3-Flora and Fauna

This is the Flora and Fauna group.
Mar 24, 2009
Tanner B. is now a member of Flint River Project
Mar 24, 2009

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My Pictures From the Flint River Project

This is my friend Mason. He was my partner during most of the Flint River Project.



The contraption in the back will remove antlers from deer by catching them in the bungee cords. We saw this on the hike with Mrs. Betty.



This is a dead hawk that we saw while we were on the hike with Mrs. Betty. m…



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Posted on May 14, 2009 at 8:28pm

Flint River Project Reflection

The first day my group went kayaking with Mrs. Jennifer. I got a kayak with Mason, and Andrew flipped his kayak. We kayaked for two hours, but it didn't seem like it took that long. We saw a few birds and some turtles. We kayaked over three old Indian dams, which were just a bunch of rocks. Kayaking was very fun and I am ready to go again.



The second day my group went looking for bugs with Mrs. Jenni. We found many beetles, water bugs, spiders, and some dragonflies. We saw animal… Continue

Posted on May 12, 2009 at 12:00pm

Common Fish Found in the Flint River

There are many different species of fish in the Flint River. The most common are bass, bream, catfish.



Shoal bass stay near the swift currents and near the rocky shoals.



Largemouth bass like to stay in the slower moving currents.…



Continue

Posted on May 8, 2009 at 11:05am — 1 Comment

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At 9:56am on March 24, 2009, Mason J said…
You ain't got no style!
 
 
 

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