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Wow!! We’re going to look at some birds with Mrs C. It’s tomorrow on Tuesday 9th March. Then it was the day, the day that the Livewires went to Maungatautari. When we got there, there was a long underground fence with a fence on the top too. It has mesh as well and a slippery top and on top of it there was an electric wire. And there was a cage that we had to go into. After we got in we had to shut the first door before we could get through to the other side and before that there was a table that you can check your bag for mice. Then we went to the Kaka feeding. On the way we stopped and got the cork and the jar and Mrs C spat on the jar and rubbed the cork on it and it was calling the fantail. The fantail didn’t come so we continued. When we got there some Kaka were looking for food. They didn’t find any and we went a way and they came back. When we came back they were climbing up. And there were some Kakariki. They were in their nest and there were two babies and a parent. Then we went through the bush and some people were leading and were checking the tracking tunnels and there were black with R’s on a card. We had to follow the pink ribbons and check the tracking tunnels. There were insect footprints on the ink. In the old days there were goats so the ground was all soft so it was better to walk on. Then I got stung by a bee, it was painful. 7 people got stung 18 times. I got stung and it started to get swollen. There was a hive nearby and we must have disturbed them and then they gave us a sting.
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