Arizona Game and Fish Department: Focus Wild Arizona Wild Kids - Biotic Communities of Arizona

There are currently 29 biotic communities listed for the southwestern United States and northern Mexico.

A biotic community is a region that can be identified by a distinct plant community or associations. (Biome is interchangeable with biotic community.) In Arizona, there are six main biotic communities: tundra,forest, woodland, scrub, grassland and desert. Each of these main communities can be further subdivided.

 

Wild Kids Activity Sheets:

These activity pages were originally created more than a decade ago. Every few months, a set of activity pages focused on a particular topic would be mailed to interested individuals. Each set consisted of age specific reading material and activities for students in grades K-3, 4-6, and 7-12.

“Wild Kids” is no longer produced. Over the years, more than thirty different issues were developed. Most have been recovered from our archives. However, some are still “missing in action.”


Ecology
Middle School, High School

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