In this lesson, students will select and study a common mammal found in Arizona in order to “give a voice” to the animal.
With Halloween just around the corner, there are few animals that generate more attention this time of
year than bats.
To manage wildlife successfully, we rely on science. We use scientific methods to study the animals.
The Game and Fish Department has been instrumental in managing that diversity through the first century of Arizona’s statehood and will continue this vital role as we move into the next 100 years.
The struggle to preserve America’s wildlife is an amazing tale of national and natural history.
Seventy-five years ago, archaeologists made an exciting discovery. On the edge of the Gila River, near where Interstate 10 now runs, they found the remains of a long-forgotten Hohokam town.
In this lesson, you will use physical items to introduce students to the skill of categorizing, while also introducing them to what a noun is.
Man and Wildlife in Arizona provides insight into the abundance and distribution of wildlife in Arizona prior to the arrival of settlers. In this activity, teachers are given resources to help students comprehend the reading in a meaningful way.
First impressions are often wrong. When we learn more about an animal, we discover some really cool
traits or behaviors.
John Muir, well-known author and naturalist, once wrote, “Tug on anything at all and you’ll find it connected to everything else in the universe.” But what did he mean?