Observing wildlife in their natural habitat is the truest form of animal/human coexistence and such a rewarding experience. This project will show you where local wildlife live, how they live, what actions affect their habitats and how to design a wildlife improvement project.
In this project, you’ll:
- Observe wildlife and wildlife habitats
- Go on silent hikes and forest crawls to learn about animal habitats
- Learn how animals have adapted to their changing landscapes
- Work on a project that will make your community a better place for wildlife to live
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The Environment & Healthy Living
Mast trees are trees that provide food or nuts as a food supply for wildlife. Learn about the wildlife in your community with this 4-H project!