|Trees at Tamarac: Planting, Growth & Wildlife Uses|
|Post Date:||September 11, 2019|
This Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge fieldtrip includes the planting of seedling trees to reforest wildlife habitat. Students will take a guided nature walk through a forest with active signs of wildlife, view an educational video on a big theater screen, and participate in an activity demonstrating tree growth and abiotic factors. The visitor center includes hands-on exhibits of the species and habitat native to the area, including a replica eagle nest and beaver lodge for close up viewing. For grades 1-2.
ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY SCOPE AND SEQUENCE
SYSTEM BENCHMARK(S) TO BE ADDRESSED FOR GRADES PreK-2:
MINNESOTA ACADEMIC STANDARDS
Grade 2 - IV. Life Science, B. Diversity of Organisms. The student will recognize that plants and animals have life cycles.
Posted by Natural Innovations
|Author:||Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge|
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|Seasonal?:||Spring & Fall|
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|Order information or contact:||Tamarac Refuge - 218/847-641|
|MAEE Partner||Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge|