|Wolves: A Pack of Investigations|
|Post Date:||September 11, 2019|
This Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge fieldtrip includes a hike along a trail that is known for grey wolf sightings and signs. Student will learn how the wolf population has changed over time in Minnesota. Through several activity stations student learn the unique characteristics of wolves and feeding habitats. An educational video of wolves and wolf behavior is available. The visitor center includes hands-on exhibits of the species and habitat native to the area, including a wolf for close up viewing. Designed for 5th grade, could be modified for 4th or 6th grade. Conducted in Fall only.
ENVIRONMENTAL LITERACY SCOPE AND SEQUENCE
SYSTEM BENCHMARK(S) TO BE ADDRESSED FOR GRADES 3 - 5
MINNESOTA ACADEMIC STANDARDS
5.IV.E. Biological Populations Change Over Time, The student will know that biological populations change over time.
MINNESOTA HISTORY AND SOCIAL STUDIES STANDARD(S) TO BE ADDRESSED:
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|Order information or contact:||Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge 35704 County Hwy 26, Rochert, MN 56578 PH. 218/847-2641 email@example.com|
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