Cooking Lake-Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area

Alberta Parks

Animal Survivors

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    Students to recognize basic needs of small animals and adaptations to survive. Program activities enable students to

    • Identify each animal's role within the food chain.
    • Describe the relationships of small animals to their environment and people.
    • Describe temperature in relative terms and measure it.
    • Identify animal insulation.
Grade(s):2
Curriculum:Science
Themes:
    • Small Crawling & Flying Animals
    • Hot & Cold Temperatures
Type:Field Study
Duration:1.5 Hours
Location:Miquelon Provincial Park OR Cooking Lake-Blackfoot Provincial Recreation Area (Islet Staging Area)
Max. Group Size:35 students
Fees:$85
Availability:May-October

Updated: Dec 10, 2019