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Herbivore, Carnivore

Author/Presenter: Parks Canada Target Grades: Primary (K-3)
Availability: Spring Theme: Biodiversity and Wildlife
Cost: None School District: School District 19
Attachments: brochure_ELEMENTARYv2.pdf

Description

PARKS CANADA PROGRAM: Students examine a variety of skulls, pelts, tracks and scats from animlas in the region. Using this information, the student will determine if the animal is a herbivore, carnivore or omnivore. Students will participate in a variety of mimicry and guessing games which highlight the physical and behavioural charactristics of animals.

Read more about Parks Canada programs offered in Glacier National Park and Mount Revelstoke National park.

Notes

Book programs through Parks Canada Revelstoke office, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or phone: 250-837-7500.

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