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  Activities - Endangered Species Classroom In The Wild - Bagheera
Accentuate the elements of the ecosystem that human activities have affected and that are contributing to the species' decline.
Choose an endangered species and choreograph a dance that tells the story of what is happening to the animal and why.
Choose one of the extinct species and have a funeral for it with your classmates.
www.bagheera.com /inthewild/class_activities.htm   (4136 words)

 NEA: Wild and Wonderful Lessons About Endangered Species
A few types of species that have members that are endangered include: alligator, whale, sheep, elephant, hummingbird, shark, eagle, wolf, panda, tiger, rattlesnake, grasshopper, fly, polar bear, rhino, gorilla, turtle, snail, panther, butterfly, dolphin, rabbit, frog, and iguana.
Tell students that they are going to pretend to be some endangered species and have their classmates try to guess what these animals are.
The following answers reflect the endangered species data posted on the charts and graphs cited in this lesson as of April 4, 2003.
www.nea.org /lessons/2004/tt040412.html   (1874 words)

 Science NetLinks: Endangered Species 2: Working to Save Endangered Species   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Endangered Species 2: Working to Save Endangered Species may be done sequentially or independently, since it focuses less on the science and more on the actual work of saving endangered species.
As human populations grow and more and more plant and animal species become endangered, it is important for students at this level to become aware of the types of efforts that are underway to try to protect our vital global ecosystems and the kinds of people, groups, and institutions that are conducting them.
It is important for students to ultimately see their government's role in addressing the ongoing endangerment crisis—as through enforcement of the Endangered Species Act and the variety of conservationist agencies and scientific research efforts that are funded through public taxation.
www.sciencenetlinks.com /lessons.cfm?DocID=311   (1713 words)

Note: ‘Threatened species’ include those categorized by IUCN in 2000 as Critically Endangered, Endangered and Vulnerable (Hilton-Taylor 2000); adding totals for each region does not give a global total because a species may be threatened in more than one region.
The impact of decline or loss of species on the provision of environmental services is difficult to evaluate because the relationship between species diversity and ecosystem function is still unclear.
Among the most notable are the 1973 Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), and the 1979 Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of Wild Animals (CMS) — or the Bonn Convention — which was developed to conserve terrestrial, marine and migratory bird species throughout their range.
www.unep.org /GEO/geo3/english/221.htm   (1134 words)

 Endangered species websearch
When the population of certain species begins to dwindle, it is easy to think that species is the only one to suffer.
During this project we will study what factors have influenced the status of a species (either threatened or endangered) and report on why that species is in the condition that it is. We will then determine what should be done to help this species recover.
Graphs, Tables, etc are a good way to make your report more interesting and will improve your rank (grade) in the Army Against Extinction.
web.olivet.edu /gradusers/bfish/Webquest/webquest.htm   (957 words)

 Cascadia Scorecard Weblog: Endangering Species
Endangered species may be endangered by the very agencies that are supposed to protect them.
Species listed under the Endangered Species Act--everything from bald eagles in Washington to timber wolves in Idaho to blind cave-dwelling spiders in Texas--are legally supposed to be protected from harm that might jeopardize their continued existence.
Private landowners are protected under a "no surprises" clause that allows them free reign to destroy endangered species and their habitat, even if scientific assessments of the magnitude of the harm change a decade or more later.
cascadiascorecard.typepad.com /blog/2005/05/endangering_spe.html   (1096 words)

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We will to try to uncover what factors are leading to species extinctions, what geographical locations are most prone to species extinctions, and what choices we make that impact species most.
The template asks you for the species name, habitat, geographic range, what threats are leading to this species rarity, and for some unique, interesting, or valuable feature of this organism that will be missed by humanity if it were to go extinct.
Use the species’ common nameĀ… and be sure to type it exactly as written in the database (including capitalization as written).
www.runet.edu /~jmwojdak/Endangeredspecies.doc   (637 words)

 Endangered Species Subject Guide
Consider researching a specific species of endangered plants or animals, endangered or threatened species of a particular geographical region, or perhaps even the potential causes behind the endangerment of plant and animal species.
There is information on recent news about specific species, lists of endangered and threatened species by state and county, candidate species, species of concern, as well as extinct species.
Covering over 5200 threatened species, this list is the "most comprehensive inventory ever of threatened species and subspecies on a global scale." There are interesting charts and graphs analyzing threatened species by their classification, geopolitical region, and other variables.
www.library.uiuc.edu /bix/VEL/endanger.htm   (2379 words)

 WWF - Species loss   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Ten thousand out of the 25,000 known species of fish live in freshwater, 40% of the world total, yet freshwater makes up only about 2.5% of the world's water, or less than 0.01% if ice caps and underground waters are excluded.
It reveals that from 1970 to 2000 populations of terrestrial and marine species dropped by 30%, while freshwater populations plummeted by a spectacular 50%.
Likewise, of 23 crocodile species, 10 are threatened; of 143 species of tortoises, turtles and terrapins, 82 are threatened or near-threatened, most being freshwater turtles.
www.panda.org /about_wwf/what_we_do/freshwater/problems/freshwater_losses/species/index.cfm   (315 words)

 Endangered Species
Allow them to graph the data and make inferences as to what the relationships could be.
When all have organized the data into tables, instruct the students to graph their data on the graph grid provided on the handout.
The student was able to interpret the graph and communicant the results.
www.wested.org /werc/earthsystems/biology/endangeredspecies.html   (913 words)

 [Regents Prep Living Environment] Human Impact: Technological Developments
Endangered species are those species which are threatened with destruction due to habitat destruction or other factors.
Animals which were once endangered but are presently successfully reproducing and increasing their numbers are the bisons, gray wolves and egrets.
Other endangered animals which are currently responding to conservation efforts and beginning to make a comeback are the whooping crane, bald eagle, and peregrine falcon.
regentsprep.org /regents/biology/units/humanimpact/techdevelopments.cfm   (995 words)

 Endangered species: fur, fins, and fame - celebrities who try to protect endangered species - includes related ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Endangered species: fur, fins, and fame - celebrities who try to protect endangered species - includes related information on endangered and threatened species and list of government contacts - Cover Story
While no species of ocean dolphins are on the endangered list yet, conservationists like Brosnan and Hanks worry that dolphin populations could shrink drastically if the bills take effect.
One-fourth of the world's known mammal species are either endangered or threatened, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1590/is_n13_v53/ai_19377877   (469 words)

 WXICOF - Conservation & Endangered Animal Books
This is the story of the North American animals that have been taken prisoner out of necessity, and of scientists who are struggling to restore them to their rightful places in the natural world.
Each species portrait also has explanatory text written by the California Academy of Sciences that documents the habits, habitats, and eccentricites of each species.
This book includes many endangered and threatened species and a number of those making successful comebacks, while some are declining in numbers and can only make comebacks with continued help from humans.
www.wxicof.com /Books/end.htm   (1500 words)

 Comments Solicited on Barndoor Skate Endangered Species Listing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Section 4(b)(3)(A) of the Endangered Species Act (16 U.S.C. 1544) requires that the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) make a finding on whether a petition to list, delist, or reclassify a species presents substantial scientific or commercial information to indicate that the petitioned action may be warranted.
Finally, the petitioner requested that other similarly appearing species of skate also be designated as threatened or endangered so as to insure the protection of the barndoor skate.
In order to fully examine the species' status so that a determination can be made under the ESA and under the Magnuson Stevens Act, NMFS intends to present an assessment of barndoor skate at the 30th Northeast Regional Stock Assessment Workshop to be held in November 1999.
www.flmnh.ufl.edu /fish/sharks/innews/Barndoor.htm   (1218 words)

 ESC 458--Management of Endangered and Threatened Species   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
(25 pts.) Use the patterns, causes, and consequences of species endangerment to (A) convince me that modern rates of extinction and endangerment differ from historical rates, and (B) convince me that the difference is a result of human activity.
Use case studies, graphs, and literature to bolster your argument as needed.
FINALLY, given the current plethora of endangered species legislation, discuss how you think the act will evolve before it is reauthorized.
courses.washington.edu /vseminar/458midt.htm   (328 words)

 Endangered Species
Represent the number endangered species in each area in a spreadsheet, and then in an accompanying graph.
Your presentation will introduce the endangered species you have chosen, discuss what threatens the species, and what is being done about it.
After completing this project, you know more about endangered species, and how math plays a part in real life situations, like keeping track of the populations of species.
www.bellmore-merrick.k12.ny.us /webquest/math/species.html   (950 words)

 Invasive Species Weblog
Now the growth of this species is out of control, and local people want the FAO to remove plants and replace them with native flora.
Of course, the rainbow trout is also considered an invasive species in several parts of the U.S. Tip of the virtual hat to the Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers website for posting about the article.
This wasp species has already caused great harm to pine forests in other parts of the world, so the government is none too happy about the discovery.
invasivespecies.blogspot.com /2005_05_01_invasivespecies_archive.html   (2769 words)

 Invasive Species Control, Partners for Fish and Wildlife, Mountain-Prairie Region, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Invasive species, again, was a focus in FY2005, and the Region 6 PFW program plans to continue these efforts in FY2006 and FY2007.
One technique used in invasive species control by the South Dakota Partners Program is seeding cropland to a mixture of native grasses and forbs.
Wildlife invasive species are related mainly to fisheries work where introduction of non-native species have contributed to the decline of native species.
www.r6.fws.gov /pfw/r6pfw15.htm   (2155 words)

 Biozone: Conservation
This web page provides information on the endangered species list and discusses some of the concerns of researchers and scientists monitoring global diversity, including extinction rates and critically endangered primates.
CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is an international agreement between governments.
This site is part of Countryside Council for Wales, which is an organisation devoted to preserving the habitats and species of Wales.
www.biozone.co.nz /CONSERVATION.html   (1396 words)

 Detail: The Endangered Species Act: History, Conservation Biology, and Public Policy
Czech and Krausman provide a historical background of endangered species policy that integrates natural history, socioeconomic trends, political movements, and professional developments.
A hybrid of policy analysis and ecological assessment, The Endangered Species Act: History, Conservation Biology, and Public Policy will appeal to scholars and students in the fields of natural resource policy and law, conservation biology, political science, wildlife ecology, and environmental history, and to professionals at agencies involved in wildlife conservation.
The Endangered Species Act: History, Conservation Biology, and Public Policy is both a treatise on policy assessment and an excellent history, assessment, and discussion of the ESA itself.
www.americanplaces.org /books/book_pages/endangered_sa-b_czech.shtml   (271 words)

 Sawfish Is First Sea Fish on U.S. Endangered List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The smalltooth sawfish is the first U.S. marine fish to receive federal protection as an endangered species.
Sawfish are considered one of the most endangered fish species in the world.
The smalltooth sawfish was placed on the endangered species list on May 1.
www.flmnh.ufl.edu /fish/sharks/innews/sawfishlist2003.htm   (835 words)

 EPA: Federal Register: Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Proposed Spec
The implementing regulations for threatened wildlife generally incorporate the prohibitions of Section 9 of the Endangered Species Act (Act) of 1973, as amended, for endangered wildlife, except when a ``special rule'' promulgated pursuant to Section 4(d) of the Act has been issued with respect to a particular threatened species.
At the time the northern spotted owl, Strix occidentalis caurina, (spotted owl) was listed as a threatened species in 1990, the Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) did not promulgate a special Section 4(d) rule and, therefore, all of the Section 9 prohibitions, including the ``take'' prohibitions, became applicable to the species.
Therefore, all of the Section 9 prohibitions for endangered species were made applicable to the spotted owl throughout its range, including the prohibitions against ``take'' that apply to endangered species under the Act.
epa.gov /docs/fedrgstr/EPA-SPECIES/1996/February/Day-23/pr-10085.html   (1376 words)

 Field Trip Earth: Educator Resources: Focus on an Endangered Species/Region
Reference materials (especially reference materials about endangered species)--These materials are needed to find information about the species, the people of the region, conservation efforts, population data, etc. This could include material from the internet.
For example, determine if the organism is considered a "keystone species" and what role it plays in its ecosystem, or if the species is an important prey species for another organism and how its decline is affecting other populations.
Research how the people of the region feel about the species and what their relationship with the species is. Study how the organism is reflected in the art and literature of the region.
www.fieldtripearth.org /strategy.xml?id=37   (1239 words)

 CONSERVATION OF ENDANGERED SPECIES [RU 9553] - Smithsonian Videohistory Collection
Scientific efforts to preserve endangered species have focused on either maintenance of a controlled population that ensures genetic diversity or protection of habitat that ensures viability of a population in the wild.
The NZP was founded in 1889 in Washington, D.C., "for the advancement of science and the instruction and recreation of the people." Under the administration of director Theodore H. Reed, a major renovation of the park was begun in 1963.
Also during the 1960s, in response to rising concerns over endangered species, the NZP established a research department to study exotic animal physiology and behavior.
www.si.edu /archives/ihd/videocatalog/9553.htm   (2748 words)

 Librarians' Internet Index: http://lii.org/search?query=Endangered+species;searchtype=subject   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
It provides descriptions (habitat, range, behavior, diet) and photos of the birds, along with lists of endangered species and birds rarely seen in the state.
Features descriptions of endangered and threatened inhabitants, including fl brant sea geese, bald eagles, western snowy plovers, peregrine falcons, harlequin ducks, and marbled murrelets.
Explains which species of fish are threatened and why, and what can be done to improve the situation.
lii.org /search?query=Endangered+species;searchtype=subject   (2530 words)

 Endangered Species
Abstract: in a three part study, students learn about the significance of endangered species, how they became endangered and what steps can be taken to protect them from extinction.
Students then apply the concepts learned in this segment to their research on endangered species in Connecticut then to endangered species around the world.
Parts II and III Student work in exploring actual endangered species will be focused on determining causes and possible solutions.
teachers.westport.k12.ct.us /use/lessons/endan.htm   (684 words)

 American Field Guide
This activity introduces students to the concept of Endangered Species and Native Species Reintroduction as a method to help species.
Students will plot and analyze graphs of animal populations to understand the concepts of carrying capacity, population explosion, and limiting factors.
Student's examine value and and effects of efforts to reintroduce a native species to an ecosystem.
www.pbs.org /americanfieldguide/teachers/native_species/native_species_sum.html   (177 words)

 Endangered Species: The Three-Base Hit -- The Hardball Times
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And teams that play on turf tend to employ speedy outfielders who, when it's their turn to bat, usually get their share of triples.
This turf effect is clearly seen in the graph above, where there is a bit of a resurgence of the triple in the 1970s.
www.hardballtimes.com /main/article/endangered-species-the-three-base-hit   (3149 words)

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