3 edition of Turnagain, Ptarmigan! Where Did You Go? found in the catalog.
by Tandem Library
Written in English
|Contributions||Shannon Cartwright (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||School & Library Binding|
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If you are planning on some fall ptarmigan hunts I would advise you to take conditioning and scouting hikes (with the dog if you have one) throughout the summer. The air ab feet is pretty thin and you need to get your lungs ready for it. J, Ptarms are usually hunted way beyond the city boarders of anchorage. If two hours being your max driving time allotted, i would say that mystery creek (Down before Sterling, after the Russian River area) would be just about a hour drive or maybe sutton (Jonesville Mine Road) if you drive fast enough:P the farther you go the better your chances for a successful ptarmigan hunt.
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The young girl asks, "Turnagain ptarmigan. Where did you go?" The willow ptarmigan responds by explaining what it is doing and how it is constantly changing plumage to serve as camouflage.
An afterword provides a more detailed profile of the bird. The rhyme strains when the girl asks, "Turnagain ptarmigan!5/5(2). Turnagain Ptarmigan. Where Did You Go. book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From Paws IV, Alaska's favorite line of child 4/5. Turnagain Ptarmigan.
Where Did You Go. by James Guenther 1. Introduce the book. Read the book together. Ask for volunteers to read parts of the story. Discuss the story. Think of activities related to the book that families can do at home.
Hand out the activity sheets. Go over them and make sure that parents understand the activities. Turnagain, Ptarmigan, where did you go?. [James Guenther; Shannon Cartwright] -- A child watches as a ptarmigan changes its appearance and actions as the seasons change.
Book: All Authors / Contributors: James Guenther; Shannon Cartwright. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. The rhyming text of the book helps to keep a little ones attention span. Both of my children enjoyed having this book read to them multiple times during their preschool years.
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Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Turnagain Ptarmigan: Where Did You Go. by James Guenther (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at. Turnagain extends in an east-west direction, and is between 40–45 miles (64–72 km) long. It forms part of the northern boundary of Kenai Peninsula, and reaches on the east to within 12 miles (19 km) of Portage Bay, a western branch of Prince William ain is characterized by remarkably large tides of up to 40 feet (12 meters) which are the largest tides in the United States.
James Guenther is the author of Turnagain Ptarmigan. Where Did You Go. ( avg rating, 10 ratings, 2 reviews, published )4/5.
Stay (as the book says) to the right of the saddle and the creek- this keeps you on the tundra trail instead of a steeper, rocky gully with loose scree. After a exhausting 3/4 miles up you reach Ptarmigan Pass (which I explored on the first trip and then decided it was to late to try the upper peak) The pass is great- a high, flat tundra.
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And it’s a wildlife-spotting opportunity: harbor seals often ride the tide into Turnagain Arm. Beluga whales may come in a half hour or so later once the water gets deeper.
Where to See The Bore Tide. It's amazingly accessible: you can see it by road along its entire to mile length along Turnagain Arm near Anchorage. Turnagain, Ptarmigan, Where Did You Go. Illustrated by Shannon Cartwright. Sasquatch Books, 1 volume. NW GUENTHE “A child watches as a ptarmigan changes its appearance and actions as the seasons change.” Gustafson, R.
Captain Lewis Explores the Rocky Mountain Front. Foreword by Robert MacGilvra. Stoneydale Press, 89 p. Turnagain Ptarmigan! Where Did You Go?/ illustrated by Shannon Cartwright (Seattle, WA: Sasquatch Books, ), unpaged, cloth, $, ISBNpaper, $, ISBN A young girl searches through all the seasons for the beautifully camouflaged willow ptarmigan.Or, go for a hike on one of the many area trails, either with a guide or on your own.
You can even strap on some crampons and go trekking on a glacier. 10 View on Map. Crow Pass Trail. Considered to be one of the best hikes in all of the Chugach Mountains, Crow Pass follows a portion of the original Iditarod Trail, including its highest point.Turnagain Arm Witness to famous sailors in the age of exploration, Turnagain Arm remains enticing to modern day adventurers of all stripes.
The arm draws its name for British explorer James Cook, who was forced to “turn again” when the waterway didn’t hold the .