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  1. Protecting Pollinators

    butterflies, and other small animals help plants reproduce by transporting pollen ... about 1,000 plants we depend on for food and products need to be pollinated by animals, including coffee, tasty snacks like melon, chocolate ...

  2. Wetlands Activity Guide

    of plants that love having wet "feet" (roots" and finally add some animals. There are many kinds of wetlands, marshes, bogs, swamps, ...

  3. When Pets and the Environment Don't Mix

    quality, hurting local plants and animals through nutrient pollution ... some of these common hazards. Many ornamental lawn plants can prove ... the ASPCA’s “ Toxic and Non-Toxic Plants List,” but a few common examples ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. Fall monitoring

    Like to watch the leaves change color in the fall? Consider using your hobby to help scientists and decision-makers with Nature’s Notebook, ... Nature’s Notebook ...

  6. What are Invasive Species?

    Jutta Adam © Wherever you are in the country, there are plants that have evolved to survive under the given growing conditions, and chances are, there are some that have moved in more recently.  Check out ...

  7. The Dirt on Soil

    and is a living ecosystem that is vital to sustaining plant, animal, and human life. Living in this ecosystem are plant roots, bacteria, fungi, algae, mites, ... landscapes. Soil does all this by regulating water, sustaining plant and animal ...

  8. Citizen Science Can Be a Walk in the Park

    in Plants and Animals: Did the park’s wildflower fields bloom quite so early ... seasonal changes observed in plants and animals across the country. ... you’re helping highlight the natural marvels of your community. You don’t ...

  9. Spring into Citizen Science

    at www.cocorahs.org. Observe Plants and Animals: With flowers starting to bloom ... observations of plants and animals in your area. This program is called ... science program, where you can share your own observations about nature ...

  10. Student STEM Hangout: Sharks at Shedd!

    the Scenes: Sharks at Shedd program, you will see sharks and other animals ...

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