Environmental Study Project
Crystal Garay, Period 2, Ms:Kibbey
I couldn't find a website that talked about Orlando wild life but what i did find was a website that did talk a little about wildlife but mostly talked about the park that they created so you could learn about Orlando wildlife it is located in
3301 Lake Cypress Road
Kenansville, FL 34739
Phone: (407) 957-3135
Toll Free: (866) 532-7167
Location: Kissimmee/Osceola County
Today december 17, 2013 at 11:03 the temperature is at 60 degrees :0…..Our average rainfall in december is 2.63 in orlando the highest was june and it had 8.74 rainfalls the lowest in orlando was november it has 2.42.
i seriously HATE orlando Fl weather its soo bipolar one day you're freezing your butt off and the next day you feel like going outside in a sports bra because its so hot!
Orlando's natural disasters
In august of 1935 an unnamed storm passed through the Bahamas. and approached the Florida keys on September 1 the storm became a Category 1 hurricane. That night, and during most of the next day, the hurricane strengthened more quickly than anyone could predict. By the time it reached the Florida Keys on the night of September 2, the storm had become a devastating Category 5 hurricane.
Many times to qualify for a florida residence you need to have about 6 months of residency. Multiple-day discount tickets may have black-out dates. You will have to show proof of residency for each ticket.
My culture i am puerto rican!! :D <3..i was born in puerto rico in humacao. My dad was born in puerto rico too. My mom wasn't. She was born in new York. My mom was raised in puerto rico. All my family is from puerto rico. My dad side and my moms. I really like going to puerto rico. Because all my family lives there (mom and dad side). I go to puerto rico every summer. i stay there for the whole 3 months. I really enjoy going to puerto rico because i can see my family all over again!
Orlando is a city.It was found in 1857 by Judge James Speer.The Town of Orlando was discoverd in 1875.Orlando’s history dates back to 1838 and the height of the Seminole Wars. The U.S. Army built Fort Gatlin south of the present day Orlando City limits to protect settlers from attacks by Indians.By 1840, a small community had grown up around the Fort. It was known as Jernigan, named after the Jernigan family, who had established the first permanent settlement in the area.
Orlando's Overall reflection
All these projects have helped me to know more about where i live ORLANDO! these projects have helped me to know about the wildlife,weather,natural disasters and residents.