Natural Resources: If You Build It…

by: Valynda Mayes

They will come! Wildlife, that is, when you create the right conditions. A wildlife habitat can provide you with an outdoor classroom for studying the needs of organisms. It also provides a place to learn about soil, weather, and plants. If you want to get your students outside in nature, a designated habitat is a great place to start, with endless possibilities.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 9/1/2009Stock # sc09_047_01_52Volume 047Issue 01

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