Have you ever heard that an animal’s habitat is its home? That is only partially correct.
A home is primarily shelter. It protects animals from weather and predators and provides a place to sleep. A good habitat is more than shelter. It has all the resources necessary for the animal to survive, including food and water. To understand this better, let’s look
at habitat and home in relation to you.
Focus Wild Arizona Activity Sheets: From 2006-2013, each issue of the Department’s Arizona Wildlife Views magazine featured a new education article. These articles were intended for younger children and include some vocabulary and a fun activity. All of these articles are now available on our website.