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Friday, January 9, 2009
Jobs For The Future

By Caitlyn
Follow in the adventures of Flip, Rabbit and Caitlyn in the Fledgling Blog.

There are a lot of jobs I can do in the future with everything I know right now. Read on to find out what I do, and how it will help me in the future.

Teacher
If I wanted to be a teacher, it would be easy because I make presentations now to Scouts, in libraries and even in nursing homes! I love to teach kids all about birds and other stuff like that. If I did teach, I would want to be a science teacher.  I love science, and since I am in the fifth grade this year, I have become very involved in the subject. We just learned about bones in human and animal bodies. When I told my science teacher I knew bird’s bones are hollow, she and my classmates were very surprised. I even could tell her why they are hollow! (So they are light enough to fly.)

Vet
If I wanted to be a vet, it wouldn’t be hard because I have a lot of experience with sick and healthy birds. My family had a bird that had her wing removed, and when the bandage needed to be changed, I got to see it happen.  I help take care of the birds now so I know what they need and how they act when they are healthy or when they are sick. Our vet said I might even get to see a surgery one day. That would be so interesting! I am a little nervous, but I really think it will teach me a lot.

Well, that’s what I know and those are two jobs my skills can help me do. Who knows, maybe one day one will be my job!

I would like to thank you all for reading my column and I hope you like “The Fledgling Blog!” I got some e-mails recently and one girl said she reads The Fledgling to her birds each month. I was really excited about that!


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i want the new old article in the mag
elena, manalpan, NJ
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I love the fledging! But I really miss it in the magazine!
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