My name is Davo and I am an endangered animal in Australia. I am lucky enough to have travelled widely throughout Canada and the USA with Miss W who looks after me. You can check out my blog – yes I have my own blog – and see where I have been.
I have been chatting to some of the other endangered animals around Australia and we decided we want to tell our readers all about this great country of ours. Each animal is looked after by a class of students from the different states of Australia – see their class blogs on the sidebar. If you want to find out more about other endangered animals in Australia, please check the other links in the sidebar.
Have you worked out which state I am from and what type of endangered animal I am?
This is me in the wild, photo thanks to Miss W.’s dad. If you have any questions about me, please leave a comment on this post and I will get back to you.
This is Davo signing off with my avatar.
G’day, we are a group of endangered animals travelling around our country, Australia. We are going to tell you about our state emblems, some history, famous people who lived in our state, flora and fauna found around Australia as well as landmarks you might want to visit if you come to Australia. Australia is a country as big as the USA or Europe so we have great variations depending upon where we live.
If your Australian class would like to help with this blog, have your teacher fill in the form at this page.
If you are an overseas visitor and have a question about Australia, please leave your question as a comment on this page. Remember to be specific about your question, maybe mentioning a certain state “What’s the weather like in Tasmania?”
What do you think would be good names for us?
Leave a comment suggesting a name for each of us. Maybe checking out the link might give you some clues.