Hike & Seek
S1E9 North American Eagles
Season 1, Episode 9 • 20-Nov-2020
When he was a boy, Peter saw his first eagle over Lake Huron. Have you ever seen a bald eagle or a golden eagle? Peter returns to the upper peninsula of Michigan to visit two places where people care for injured animals. Learn the difference between fishing eagles and booted eagles.
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Photo by Richard Lee
Up Next in Season 1
Peter loves to hike in National Wildlife Refuges. In this episode he visits Seney. The northern woods and wetlands are home for loons, trumpeter swans and other birds that migrate through Michigan. Canoe trips on rivers, and hikes on trails are great ways to enjoy God's creation.
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S1E11 In the Meadow
Don't overlook the meadow! With three habitat zones meadows are home to a wide variety of creatures, you just have to know where to look. Peter picks up a garter snake, and net-swishes for insects. Then he visits the Howell Nature Center to see a famous ground hog. How much wood can a woodchuck c...
S1E12 The Pond
The pond is a beautiful place filled with amazing creatures. What are some differences between ponds and lakes? Fish, birds, turtles, and insects all live in ponds . . . and so do FROGS! Peter started learning about frogs when he was a young boy.
Some creatures make their own ponds. The larges...