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  1. Plants & Animals

    And what sustains us – or rather sustains the natural systems that sustain us – are plants and animals. A single tree absorbs and sequesters more than ... WEB15-KenilworthLizard-JeffChandler-3200x1800.jpg Jeff Chandler/NEEF "He who plants a tree, plants a hope," ...

  2. Animal Migration Activity Guide

    James © Use the link at the bottom of the page to download this activity guide! This activity guide is full of fun ways to learn about animal ... to design their birdfeeder, science to understand the phenomenon of animal ...

  3. Create a Place for Pollinators

    small animals that help plants reproduce by transporting pollen within ... to the Pollinator Partnership, between 75-95% of all flowering plants depend ... where you live, find out which plants they depend on, and create ...

  4. Get Outside, But Don’t Get Bitten!

    https://www.neefusa.org/nature/plants-and-animals/increased-distributions-mosquitoes-and-ticks EPA. 2017. Find the Repellent that is Right for You. United States ... NEEF’s Children and Nature Initiative: Rx for Outdoor Activity highlights the benefits of time in nature on health and works to increase children ...

  5. Wetlands of the United States

    and the plants and animals living within the wetland. Visit the three National ... a diverse plant and animal community, including numerous state-listed rare ... of plants and animals, stratified by their relationship with the surrounding ...

  6. Make Way for Pollinators

    species; this means that many other species of plants and animals rely ... Animal pollinators, including birds, bees, bats, beetles, and butterflies, are vital for the reproduction of 90% of flowering plants and one ...

  7. What is Biodiversity?

    amank79 © Biodiversity is the variety of animals and plants and habitats found on this planet. It is important everywhere, from your backyard to a National Park, biodiversity plays an important role in maintaining healthy ...

  8. Lesson 1: Watershed Basics

    in the watershed, including the plants, animals, and people that depend on them.  ... not be suitable for aquatic plant and animal populations that would prefer cooler ... the sun-starved plants and organisms die, they undergo decomposition, a natural ...

  9. Freezing Frogs

    https://www.nps.gov/gaar/learn/nature/wood-frog-page-2.htm Rohrig, Brian. 2013. “Chilling Out, Warming Up: How Animals Survive ... coat—why not? Cold-blooded animals do not maintain a constant body temperature the way their warm-blooded counterparts do. Warm-blooded animals ...

  10. Tree Hill Nature Center garden cleanup/fall planting

    The garden at Tree Hill Nature Center provides food to local area food banks, as well as serves for educating to children and community ... all beds and plant for the fall harvest. Saturday, October 1, 2016- ...

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