How can animal habitats be described through story, song, drama, or visual art?
Children ages 4 to 8 can tilt and tap their way through multi-level games that encourage exploration of habitats around the world.
Animals, plants, and all living things are adapted to life in their natural surroundings.
A habitat is the natural home or environment of a plant, an animal, or other organism.
Attracting wildlife to your backyard is easy!
Regina and her friends hit the streets of Denver to investigate what makes a good urban bird habitat, and transform a city school garden into a welcoming home for feathered friends.
Naturalists study animals and plants in the wild and have sharp observational skills.
When studying a specific animal (or focal species), like a butterfly, scientists also study the other species (plants and animals) that live in the animal’s habitat.
To be a good field biologist, an individual needs more than just “book smarts.”
Arizona’s native fishes have some special adaptations that allow them to find food and avoid predators.
Most animals live in very specific habitats.
Have you ever heard that an animal’s habitat is its home? That is only partially correct.