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Field Study 1

Today was our first field study in the Sawmill Valley for our habitats unit. We will use the information gathered from our field studies to determine whether or not the specimens we found in our habitat could survive in other habitats. We will also investigate the potential damaging effects Man can have on these fragile ecosystems.

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4 thoughts on “Field Study 1

  1. beautiful day for it.

    Posted by Kelly | September 25, 2013, 8:14 pm
  2. today we went on our field study it was so much fun . we had to find facts about habits but we got more facts then ever.my favorite part was when i got to go in the water with my boots , and i found a walking stick.we also got to eat a tree.and that’s what i got to do on my field study

    Posted by heather | September 25, 2013, 9:57 pm
  3. My class went to the sawmill trail and we got a paper and we had to find different living things like mammals, insects, and spiders I and my friend went on a trail and we saw a water fall about 2 feet high.Then we ate a kind of plant. After our class went back to the school yard and it was last recess .I had a great time, I wish we can go again.

    Posted by Brennan | September 26, 2013, 12:05 am
  4. I choose a monkey. 1 habitats a tree 2 a vine. will monkeys survive yes and on. A cheetah can eat a monkey by climbing a tree. But a monkey can go on a vine. This is how a monkey survive and 2 new habitats.

    Posted by tushar | September 28, 2013, 8:05 pm

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