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AN ACTIVITY FOR AGES 5-9


These activities will help you learn more about
trees and their animal friends around the world.



   Visit some of the web site links we’ve listed

   below and search for some photos of common

   trees and their animal residents. Print out

   some of the photos you find.


The World of Trees - Trees in North America
http://www.domtar.com/arbre/english/

Northwest Timber Photo Gallery
www.nwtimber.com/photgall.asp

Tree Book
www.for.gov.bc.ca/hfd/library/documents/treebook/

University of British Columbia Botanical Gardens
www.ubcbotanicalgarden.org

Nova Wild Wolves
www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/wolves/bangs.html

The Cub Den
www.angelfire.com/ak/wildlifephotog/

Animal library www.aresearchguide.com/biomes.html

 

 

Now visit some of the international tree photo sites listed below and print photos of trees and resident animals found in other countries.

In the Jungle
photo2.si.edu/turtles/forest.html

Kenyan Wildlife
http://www.masai-mara.com/mman.htm


With the photos you’ve printed, make a collage that compares the trees and animals found in your community with those found in different parts of the world. Use paint, crayons or markers to decorate your collage and add titles, borders etc.


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