Mammals

Elk, wolf, hunter data

posted May 3, 2012, 8:43 AM by Margaret Griffith   [ updated May 3, 2012, 9:12 AM ]

All class data is included in these spreadsheets.  Click on the correct sheet at the bottom of the page to see the data for your class period.  

The assignment is here

Week of April 9-12

posted Apr 5, 2012, 3:27 PM by Margaret Griffith   [ updated Apr 9, 2012, 1:35 PM ]

9/10 Notes on hierarchy of life and community interactions.  Outdoor journal classifying Sunset's community and describing the population and niche of a self selected species.  What does the species eat?  Does anything eat it?  What parts of the habitat does it use and what does it use it for?  Competition?  

Period 2:
 Birds Violet-green swallow (m) Killdeer American crow Black-capped chickadee Scrub Jay

 Hummingbird  
 Insects Crane Flies Bees (2 species) Small, mosquito- like    

Period 6: 
 BirdsAmerican RobinAmerican
crow




  
 Insects Crane Flies Bee - Black and yellow, size of a quarter Medium Sized flying insects mosquito sized flying insect Yellow jacket  


Week of April 3-6

posted Apr 5, 2012, 3:23 PM by Margaret Griffith

3/4 - Notes: Elephants as an example mammal.  What kinds of information can be studied about an animal?  Notes: Introduction to vertebrates

5/6 - Mammal characteristics and mammals of Oregon notes

ALL LATE WORK IS DUE ON APRIL 6th  FOR THIRD QUARTER GRADES. 

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