Just for fun I have this live eagle cam up as the students enter the Art Room. It’s quite interesting to view weekly for changes in the nest and watching eggs hatch and eaglets grow.
This is an established nest that had live cams installed several years ago and I’ve enjoyed sharing this every couple of years. This year two different eagles took the nest, Samson and Gabrielle. Samson was hatched in this nest back in 2013-2014. This educational site has been fascinating to me. I really love watching the eagles around here, and this site gives a view in the nest! Nature at it’s finest.
Please check this site out and learn much more about the history of this nest, current information and supporters. Plus there are many more live cam links to other nests. Depending on the time of year some nests will have new families and other nests will fill as the weather permits. Enjoy!
Check out this nest . . .
Big Bear Bald Eagle Live Nest – Cam 1
I like this site because of the step by step with basic shapes. This helps placement on your paper and drawing big enough to add details.
How to Draw an Eagle Head
Plus there are choices of eagles to draw from this link.
How to Draw an Eagle (Bald)
This site has step by step and video step by step and again using basic shapes to start and helping with placement on your paper.
YouTube sites . . .
Oh! why not throw in our mascot!
(again) I like this site because of the step by step with basic shapes. This helps placement on your paper and drawing big enough to add details.
There are several different choices for wolf drawings on this site. Pick one or draw all.
Or pick your favorite animals or subjects to draw from these sites:
Bring your artwork to school when we gather again or scan/photo your art and email it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please let me know if it’s okay to post your drawing.
Keep busy creating with your hands and mind,
p.s. If you find a really informative drawing site send me a link. Keep in mind elementary school appropriate. 😉