Comparing Blanding’s Turtles Born at Different Locations

Kame

This year, there are three different hatching locations for the Blanding’s turtle head starts:  Great Meadows area in Concord, Littleton (on the side of Route 2) and Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge.  Your job for this blog is to do the following:

1.  Read about both Great Meadow and Oxbow National Wildlife Refuges by clicking on the links.  Name three interesting facts about EACH wildlife refuge.

2.  On the spreadsheet that you received about the location of hatching, dates of hatching, and December weights, please answer the following questions:

a.  What is the range of hatching dates at Great Meadows?  (when did the first group hatch and when did the last group hatch?)

b.  What is the range of hatching dates at Oxbow?  (when did the first group hatch and when did the last group hatch?)

c.  When did the Littleton turtles hatch?

d.  What is the range of December weights for the Great Meadows turtles?  (the lowest weight to the highest weight)

e.  What is the range of December weights for the Littleton turtles?  (the lowest weight to the highest weight)

f.  What is the range of December weights for the Oxbow turtles? (the lowest weight to the highest weight)

3.  What differences do you notice and why do you think there are these differences?  What other data might help you figure out these differences?

DUE THURSDAY, JANUARY 12TH

 

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Posted on January 8, 2012, in Blanding's turtles, Data Analysis. Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. 3 Interesting Facts About Great Meadows

    ~ Almost 85% of their land is full of rivers
    ~ Worlds largest collection of lands
    ~ Established in 1947 for nesting, resting and feeding birds

    3 Interesting Facts About Oxbow

    ~ One of eight refuges making up Massachusetts NWR Complex
    ~ Was formed by 3 lands from the U.S. Army
    ~ About 120 acres of land was added in April 2001

    Turtle Data

    1. The range of hatching dates at Great Meadows is from 8/26/11 – 9/19/11.
    2. The range for the hatching dates at Oxbow is from 8/20/11 – 9/5/11.
    3. The Littleton turtles hatched on 8/29/11.
    4. The range of December turtles for Great Meadows are 11.5 grams – 58.4 grams.
    5. The range of December turtles for Littleton are 37.9 grams – 49 grams.
    6. The range of December turtles for Oxbow are 10 grams – 44.5 grams.
    7. The differences between each place are very different. I noticed that 23 eggs hatched at Great Meadows, 2 eggs at Littleton and 27 eggs at Oxbow. Maybe different places have a better habitat for the turtles. I am also noticing that all of the dates are around the same time.

  2. 1. Great Meadows:
    a) The landscape inspired Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
    b) 85% of the 3,600 acres is made up of fresh water wetlands.
    c) It is well known for bird watching.

    Oxbow
    a) 1,667 acres of upland, wetland areas.
    b) Along the Nashua River corridor.
    c) It was formed by three land transfers.

    2.
    a) The range of hatchling dates for Great Meadows is 8/26/11 – 9/19/11
    b) The range of hatchling dates from Oxbow is 8/20/11 – 9/5/11
    c) The date of Littleton hatchlings is 8/29/11
    d)The range of weights for Great Meadows is 4.5grams – 58.4grams
    e)The range of weights for Littleton is 37.9grams – 49grams
    f) The range of weights for Oxbow is 10grams – 44.5grams

    3. I think that the Littleton data is hard to compare to the other data because only two turtles were hatched. Although, I think that Great Meadows turtles overall weighed the most and thrived the best while being head started. I think to make further assumptions, we should look at the lengths of the turtles to determine if they are just small, or have trouble eating.

  3. On mine, I meant to say” The range of December turtles for Great Meadows are 4.5 grams – 58.4 grams.”

  4. Three interesting facts about:

    The Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge

    1. The Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1947.

    2. It inspired many writers such as Thoreau and Emerson.

    3. About 85% of their land is covered with bodies of water.

    Three interesting facts about:

    Oxbow Wildlife Refuge

    1. Oxbow consists of about 1,667 acres of land.

    2. It was created to help migratory birds rest there.

    3. It was created by 3 lands from the U.S army.

    Turtle Data

    1. What is the range of hatching dates at Great Meadows?
    Answer: The range of hatching dates at Great Meadows were from 8/26/11 – 9/15/11.

    2. What is the range of hatching dates at Oxbow?
    Answer: The range of hatching dates at Oxbow were from 8/20/11 – 9/5/11.

    3. When did the Littleton turtles hatch?
    Answer: The Littleton turtles hatched on 8/29/11.

    4. What is the range of December weights for the Great Meadows turtles?
    Answer: The range of December weights for Great Meadow turtles go from 4.5 grams to 58.4 grams.

    5. What is the range of December weights for the Littleton turtles?
    Answer: The range of December weights for Littleton turtles go from 37.9 grams to 49 grams.

    6. What is the range of December weights for the Oxbow turtles?
    Answer: The range of December weights for Oxbow turtles go from 10grams to 44.5 grams.

    7. What differences do you notice and why do you think there are these differences? What other data might help you figure out these differences?

    Answer: I think that Great meadows hosted the most turtles and the Great Meadows turtles thrived the best. Oxbow was also a good habitat for the turtles the data proves. I suppose Littleton didn’t have much success with turtles because only 2 turtles laid eggs there.

  5. 1. Three interesting facts about Great meadow wild life refuge are
    -It’s 3,600 acres big.
    -Red foxes live there
    -Its one of the 540 national wildlife refuges in the US

    Three interesting facts about Oxbow wildlife refuge
    -It’s 1,667 acres large.
    -It is infected with the purple loosestrife plant.
    -120 acres were added to the Refuge in April, 2001

    2a.First group hatched on 8/26/11, the last group hatched on 9/19/11

    2b. First group hatched on 8/20/11, last group hatched on 9/5/11

    2c. The Littleton turtles hatched on 8/29/11

    2d. Lowest weight for GM turtle is 4.5 grams to 58.4 grams

    2e. Lowest weight for Littleton turtle is 37.9 grams to 49 grams

    2f. Lowest weight for Oxbow is 10 grams to 44.5 grams

    The differences I notice was that some turtles are 4 grams and some are 54 even though they are from the same area. I think that this is happening because some turtles are older and some are younger. I also notice that at Oxbow there is only one turtle that hatched in a very different time frame than the others.

  6. EC20 (formerly EC12)

    1) Name three interesting facts about each wildlife refuge.

    GREAT MEADOWS
    -85% is freshwater wetlands
    -inspired many people like Henry David Thoreau & Ralph Waldo Emerson
    -has lots of birdwatching

    OXBOW WILDLIFE
    -about 1,667 acres of flood-plain forest
    -has native and non-native species
    -they have invasive species, too, like purple loosestrife

    2) Answer the following questions.
    a. What is the range of hatching dates at Great Meadows? From 8/26/11 to 9/15/11
    b. What is the range of hatching dates at Oxbow? From 8/20/11 to 9/5/11
    c. When did the Littleton turtles hatch? 8/29/11
    d. What is the range of December weights for the Great Meadows turtles? 4.5 grams to 58.4 grams.
    e. What is the range of december weights for the Littleton turtles? 37.9 grams to 49 grams.
    f. What is the range of December weights for the Oxbow turtles? 10.5 grams to 44.5 grams.

    3) What differences do you notice and why do you think there are differences? What other data might help you figure out the differences? I notice that the range of the Dec. weights for the GM turtles is the biggest… from 4.5 grams to 58.4 grams. I think that the range is the largest because They have a lot of turtles born on different dates, and some of them might be fed less than the others. Another difference is that the Littleton turtles is close together, probably because there are only two of them. The two turtles are probably at the same school, and in the same classroom, which means that they are most likely fed the same amount. We could have some data on where all the turtles are now (at which schools) so we could see maybe why they have different weights.

  7. 3 Interesting facts about Great Meadows are…

    They maintain the water level to help the wildlife.
    Amphibians and reptiles are active during the warmer months.
    It is a great place for bird watching.

    3 Interesting facts about Oxbow are…

    Beaver dams are managed to prevent damage to other areas.
    Areas are maintained by mowing to provide nesting habitat for the Blanding’s turtle.
    They use a beetle to manage non-native plants.

    Turtle Data

    Hatching dates at Great Meadows are from 8/26/11 to 9/19/11.
    Hatching dates from Oxbow are 8/20/11 to 9/5/11.
    Hatching date for Littleton is 8/29/11.

    1.The Weights for Great Meadows are from 4.5 grams to 58.4 grams.
    The weights for Littleton are from 37.9 grams to 49 grams.
    The weights for Oxbow are from 10 grams to 44.5 grams.

    I noticed that all the turtles hatched around the same time. Also I noticed only two turtles hatched in Littleton compared to 22 in Great Meadows and 26 in Oxbow.

  8. Three interesting facts I learned:

    Great Meadows
    *It was established in 1947
    *85 percent of the refuge is valuable freshwater wetlands
    *The refuge inspired environmental philosophers

    Oxbow
    *1,667 acres large
    *Formed by three land transfers
    *Became 1,667 acres in 2001

    a. The range of the GM hatchlings is 8/26/11 – 9/19/11.
    b. The range of the Oxbow hatchlings is 8/20/11 – 9/5/11.
    c. The Littleton turtles hatched in 8/29/11.
    d. The range of the GM December weights is 11.5 – 58.4 g.
    e. The range of the Littleton December weights is 37.9 – 49 g.
    f. The range of the Oxbow December weights is 10 – 44.5 g.
    3. The differences I noticed were the turtle number’s were all different, that means most of the turtles weren’t close in size. Other similar turtle data could help.

  9. Blanding’s Turtle Blog
    A: The range of hatching dates at Great Meadows is from 8/26/11 (August 26th 2011)- 9/19/11 (September 19th, 2011).

    B: The range of hatching dates at Oxbow is from 8/20/11 (August 20th, 2011)- 9/5/11 (September 5th, 2011).

    C: The Littleton turtles hatched on 8/29/11. (August 29th 2011).

    D: The range of December weights for the Great Meadows turtles is 4.5 grams, and 58.4 grams.

    E: The range of December weights for the Littleton turtles are 37.9 grams and 49.0 grams.

    F: The range of December weights for Oxbow turtles are 10.0 grams, and 44.5 grams.

    G: The differences that I noticed were the turtles gaining a lot of weight since they were born, and until December. I also noticed that there were less turtles in Littleton. I think that the reason that the hatchlings have been gaining a lot of weight is because they’ve been alive for a few months now, and they’ve been fed a lot of food, since they were hatched. I also think the reason why there are less turtles in Littleton, is because in Littleton, there aren’t that many popular wildlife refuges, or famous wildlife refuges for that matter.
    Just Three Facts!
    Great Meadows:
    1. “The refuge was established in 1947 to provide nesting, resting, and feeding habitat for migratory birds.”
    2. “Refuge landscapes inspired the thoughts of such storied environmental philosophers as Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson.”
    3. “Roughly 85 percent of the refuge’s 3,600 acres is comprised of valuable freshwater wetlands stretching along 12 miles of the Concord and Sudbury Rivers.”

    Oxbow Wildlife Refuge:
    1. “The refuge consists of approximately 1,667acres of upland, southern New England flood-plain forest, and wetland communities along nearly 8 miles of the Nashua River corridor.”
    2. “Oxbow NWR was formed by three land transfers from the former U.S. Army, Fort Devens Military Installation, and a recent purchase of private land in Harvard, MA.”
    3. “Finally, approximately 120 acres were added to the Refuge in April, 2001, with the acquisition of the former Watt Farm property along Still River Depot Road in Harvard.”

  10. 1. Three interesting facts about Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge:
    a) Great Meadows was established in 1947.
    b) About 85% of all 3,600 acres of Great Meadows is freshwater wetlands.
    c) Great Meadows inspired the thoughts of Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau.

    Three interesting facts about Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge:
    a) Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge has 1,667 acres of land.
    b) Oxbow has the highest density of nesting Blanding’s turtles east of the Mississippi.
    c) Parts of the refuge are being invaded by Purple Loosestrife.

    2.
    a) The range of the hatchling dates at Great Meadows is 8/26/11 to 9/19/11.
    b) The range of the hatchling dates at Oxbow is 8/20/11 to 9/5/11.
    c) The Littleton turtles hatched on 8/29/11.
    d) The range of December weights for the Great Meadows turtles is 4.5 grams to 58.4 grams.
    e) The range of December weights for the Littleton turtles is 37.9 grams to 49 grams.
    f) The range of December weights for the Oxbow turtles is 10 grams to 44.5 grams.

    3. I noticed that the range of weights for the Great Meadows turtles is a lot larger than the Oxbow and Littleton turtles. This might be because some just eat more than others or they don’t eat at all. We could look at the length data to see if the weights match up with the length.

  11. 1. Great Meadows was…
    • Established in 1947 to make nesting, resting and feeding area for birds who where migrating
    • It is 3,600 acres in total
    • 85% is fresh water wetlands
    Oxbow was…
    • Added 120 acres in April, 2001
    • 1,667 acres of upland
    • it is near the Nashua River corridor
    2a. The oldest Great Meadows hatch date is 8\26\11 the youngest is 9/19/11.
    2b. The oldest Oxbow turtle hatch date was 8/29/11 the youngest was 9/5/11.
    2c. The Littleton turtles hatched on 8/29/11.
    2d.The range of Great Meadows turtles weights was 56.5-4.5 grams.
    2e. The weights for the Littleton turtles are 49 and 37.9 grams.
    2f. The range of the weights for the Oxbow turtles are 44.5 – 10 grams.
    3. I notice that the weights are different because the turtles might be not eating. We could look at the temps. Of the nests when they were born to see if the nest was extra cold.

  12. 1) Great Meadows
    -85% of the land is covered in water
    -Established in 1947
    -Inspired guys like Thoreau and Emerson

    2) Oxbow
    -Was formed by 3 land transfers
    -They have purple loostrife
    -Bird hunting is permitted right now south of Route 2

    3A) The range of hatchling dates at Great Meadows is 8/26/11 – 9/19/11
    3B) The range of hatchling dates at Oxbow is 8/20/11 – 9/5/11
    3C) The Littleton turtles hatched on 8/29/11
    3D) The December range for Great Meadows is 4.5 grams – 58.4 grams
    3E) The December range for Littleton is 37.9 grams – 49 grams
    3F) The December range for Oxbow is 10 grams – 44.5 grams

    What differences do you notice and why do you think there are these differences? What other data might help you figure out these differences?

    I noticed that there were only 2 turtles from Littleton, and there were 22 from Great Meadows and 26 from Oxbow. I bet Littleton had less turtle parents than the other places. Also Great Meadows had the largest range of weights.

  13. Oxbow:
    1. Is a good place for turtles to live because of the great size and wetlands.

    2. Formed by the army.

    3. Beavers are great helpers there.

    Great Meadows:
    1. Was created for nesting birds but later became a good home for other animals.

    2. It is big and a home to many animals.

    3. People love to go there and spot different animals and plants.

    a. 202-2000
    b. 8/20/11-9/5/11
    c. 8/29/11
    d. 4.5-58 grams
    e. 37.9-49 grams
    f. 10-44 grams

    3. The difference that I noticed was that there was a huge range of weight at great meadows because they had the lowest amount of weight and the highest amount of weight. I think that the data that could help us find out why could be seeing the mothers and comparing the sibling’s weight.

  14. ec21 (formally ec17)

    Here are some interesting facts about Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge:
    • Wetlands alongside the Concord and Sudbury Rivers cover approximately 85% of the refuge’s 36,000 acres of land.
    • Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson are examples of people whose thoughts were inspired by the refuge’s landscape.
    • Was originally created to help migrating birds.

    Here are some interesting facts about Oxbow National Wildlife refuge:
    • The refuge consists of approximately 1,667acres of upland, southern New England flood-plain forest, and wetland communities along nearly 8 miles of the Nashua River corridor.
    • The former U.S. Army, Fort Devens Military Installation, and a recent purchase of private land in Harvard, MA are the three land transfers the Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge is formed by.
    • The refuge was primarily created to help the migrating birds

    Blanding’s Turtle Data
    • The range of Great Meadows turtle hatchling dates is 8/26/11-9/19/2011
    • The range of turtle hatchling dates at Oxbow is 8/20/11-9/5/2011
    • The Littleton turtles hatched on 8/29/11
    • The range of December weights for Great Meadows hatchlings is 4.5 grams – 58.4 grams
    • The range of December weights for Littleton hatchlings is 37.9 grams – 49 grams
    • The range of December weights for Oxbow hatchlings is 10 grams – 44.5 grams

    Differences
    • The Oxbow turtle hatching dates are not spread out compared to the Great Meadows turtle hatchling dates
    • The December weights for Great Meadows hatchlings are higher than the December weights for Oxbow.

    Other Data That May Help
    • The weights and dates of last year’s hatchlings.
    • The turtles’ birth weights.
    • Data of what turtles may have problems. (For example, our turtle had a tail problem.)

  15. 1.Great Meadows
    85% of the whole entire 3,600 acres is freshwater wetlands
    Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson got inspired by Great Meadows.
    Built in 1947 to provide a habitat for migratory birds

    Oxbow Nation Wildlife Refuge
    It is more “flood-plain forest” unlike Great Meadows
    It was created along 8 miles of the Nashua river
    It was created in 1974 but made to its full size in 2001

    2.
    1.The range of hatchling dates at Great Meadows is 8/26/11 to 9/19/11.
    2.The range of hatchling dates at Oxbow is 8/20/11 to 9/5/11.
    3.The Littleton turtles hatched at 8/29/11.
    4.The range of weights in December at Great Meadows is 4.5 grams to 58.4.
    5.The range of weights in December at Littleton is 37..9 gams to 49 grams
    6.The range of weights in December at Oxbow is 10 grams to 44.5 grams

    3. A difference I noticed in the data from the three places was this. One was that if you scan the Great Meadows data, it seems that most of the turtle weights in Great Meadows are higher than the ones in Oxbow. Most are higher than 25 grams in Great Meadows and in Oxbow most of the turtles are under 25 grams. In Littleton there are only two turtles which are both doing pretty well but only had two, so it doesn’t really count, and still Great Meadows there are still heavier turtles. This suggest that in Great Meadows there are better living conditions and more food. I found this in the data because I compared them with the data.

  16. 1.Three interesting facts I found about Great Meadows was that is was made in 1947 for birds that migrate, eighty-five percent of the 3,600 acres that the refuge’s have is freshwater wetlands, and the wetlands stretch across 12 miles through Sudbury and concord. Three interesting facts I learned about oxbow is the refuge is in between the towns of Ayer and Shirley in Middlesex County, it has 1,667 acres of upland, and it was formed by the former U.S. army.

    2. A. The range of the hatchlings birth from Great Meadows is 8/26/11 – 9/19/11.
    b. The range of the hatchlings birth from Oxbow is 8/20/11-9/5/11.
    c. Littleton’s turtles hatched on 8/29/11
    d. The range of the Great Meadows December turtle weights are 4.5(g)-58.4(g).
    e. The range of the Littleton December turtle weights are 37.9(g)-49(g).
    f. The range of the Oxbow turtle weights are 10(g)-44.5(g).

    3. I noticed that Oxbow has the most turtle that survived. And Littleton only had 2 turtle that survived. I think this happened because the nests in Littleton might have been near the road or that the nests weren’t protected as well.

  17. provide nesting, resting, and feeding habitat for migratory birds. That probably isn’t interesting to some but that means Great Meadows is 65 years old. . And something also interesting is that Great Meadows is roughly 85 percent of the refuge’s 3,600 acres is comprised of valuable freshwater wetlands. How cool is that! Next, this Refuge landscapes inspired the thoughts of such storied environmental philosophers as Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson. For my Oxbow items that seem interesting to me I would like to point out that approximately 120 acres were added to the Refuge in April 2001. And, the refuge lies within the towns of Ayer and Shirley in Middlesex County. Finally, the refuge consists of approximately 1,667acres of upland, southern New England flood-plain forest, and wetland communities along nearly 8 miles of the Nashua River corridor.
    a. The range is 8-26-11 through 9-19-11. All the turtles born on 8-26-11 were born first and the turtle born on 9-19-11 were born last.
    b. The range is 8-20-11 through 9-5-11. All the turtles born on 8-20-11 were born first and all the turtles born on 9-5-11 were born last.
    c. The Littleton turtles were both born on the same date, 8-29-11
    d. The range of the weights for Great Meadows is 4.5 all the way up to 58.4.
    e. The range for the Littleton is 37.9 up to 49.
    f. The range for Oxbow is 10 straight up to 44.

    One difference I noticed is when I was marking down the dates I noticed that most of turtles were born way before lots of the others. But when I looked at how much they weighed it was close but I thought it was going to be closer. One thing that might help these differences is how long the turtles are so we could compare that and see if theat helps.

  18. Interesting facts about Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge:

    1. Great Meadows is one of the eight national wildlife refuges in Massachusetts.

    2. Great Meadows owns 3,600 acres of land all for the wildlife refuge.

    3. 85% of their land is wetlands and rivers.

    Interesting facts about Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge:

    1. Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge covers 1,667 acres of land.

    2. Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge is one of the 540 National Wildlife Refuges in the country.

    3. Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge was formed by three land transfers from the U.S. Army.

    The range of the hatching dates at Great Meadows is from 8/26/11 – 9/19/11.

    The range of the hatching dates at Oxbow is from 8/20/11 – 9/5/11.

    Both Littleton turtles hatched on 8/29/11.

    The range of the weights in December at Great Meadows is from 4.5 grams – 58.4 grams.

    The range of the weights in December at Littleton is from 37.9 grams – 49 grams.

    The range of the weights in December at Oxbow is from 10 grams – 44.5 grams.

    I noticed that the turtles in Oxbow are smaller than the turtles at Great Meadows. I think something with the different habitat is the cause. I also noticed that there were only two Littleton turtles. I think that maybe that was a rare thing to happen in Littleton.

  19. 1. Three interesting facts about Great Meadows are: 1. It is 20 miles away from Boston. 2. There are two pools of water that levels change for birds. 3. Great Meadows started in 1947. Three interesting facts about Oxbow are 1. It is about 1,667 acres. 2. Oxbow was bought from the Army. 3. Beavers play an important part of the environment.

    2. a. The range for Great Meadows hatching dates is 8/26/11 to 9/19/11.
    b. The range for Oxbow hatching dates is 8/20/11 to 9/5/11.
    c. The range for Littleton hatching dates is 8/29/11 to 8/29/11.
    d. The range of December weights at Great Meadows was 4.5g to 58.4g
    e. The range of December weights at Littleton was 37.9g. to 49g.
    f. The range of December weights at Oxbow was 10g. to 44.5g.

    3. Great Meadows and Oxbow have more hatchlings than Littleton. Oxbow had the most hatchlings but lowest weights. Littleton had the least number of hatchlings, but medium weights. Great Meadows had the medium amout of hatchlings and the heaviest weights. I think the reason they have different ranges of weights is that they have different food sources. Other information that would have helped is what they eat.

  20. Great Meadows
    I find it interesting that 85% percent of the land there is wetland along the concord and Sudbury Rivers. I also find it interesting that Henry David Thoreau walked the same trails and watched the same waters as me. I find it super surprising that mallard ducks, weasels and cottontail rabbits live at Great Meadows. I thought that Great Meadows was a swampy environment that had fish, amphibians and reptiles.
    Oxbow
    Interesting that Oxbow also has a serious problem with purple lustrife and they deal with by using beetles. I find it extremely interesting that they converted a major military emplacement into a national wild life refuge. I had no Idea Oxbow’s primary purpose was for resting migratory bird The range of hatching dates at Great meadows where 8/26/11 to 9/19/11.
    The range of hatching dates at Oxbow where 8/20/11 to 9/5/11.
    The Littleton turtles hatched on 8/29/11.
    The range of December weights for Great meadows is 4.5 grams to 58.4 grams.
    The range of December weight for the Litton turtle are 37.9 grams to 49 grams.
    The range of December weights for oxbow turtles was 10 grams to 44 grams.
    There is a small difference between the data I think I think there hatching locations and their current heath could explain a lot.

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