Lessons for Deer

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  • The Gene Scene - … "All About White-tailed Deer," "White-tailed Deer Genetic Wheel," "White-tailed Deer Cards," "Event Cards" and "White-tailed Deer Fawn Cards" (see Before … Page The Gene Scene (continued) WHITE-TAILED DEER CARDS—GROUP 2 55 DEER CARD 56 DEER CARD Resistant to disease Excellent hearing Poor … the trait) (circle the trait) (circle the trait) DEER FAWN CARD DEER FAWN CARD DEER FAWN CARD Large home range Small home range …
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  • EEK! Teacher Pages -- Deer Talk Activity - … 2. Students will portray a heard of deer and wolves. The students portraying the deer will exhibit the different alarm displays as … in a few circles to try and fool the deer, etc.) The, lead deer should raise their tails (handkerchiefs) as the wolves … and catch a deer (one deer for each round). If they do, the deer who are caught become wolves. The deer population is safe … . Note for the "lead" deer: It may be tempting for the lead deer to have the entire deer population run each time predators …
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  • Winter - … of the structural and behavioral adaptations of white-tailed deer that help these deer survive the winters of New England. Students will … sites.) Structural and Behavioral Adaptations of White-Tailed Deer in Winter White-tailed deer in winter www.anr.state.vt.us/reflect … members about deer wandering into their area or yards. What are the deer eating? Do any deer have antlers? How many deer do they see at one time? Are there young deer? ? Discuss with …
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  • The Bare Necessities of Life: Food, Water, Shelter, Space - … what they are). 7. When students are ready, say “Oh, Deer!” Deer and habitat components turn to face one another, holding out … for their habitat component. Each predator can capture one deer. When a deer is captured by a predator, it would then be … right with the data collected during the “Oh, Deer!” activity. Year Number of Deer Amount of Resources 2. On graph paper, make … : 6 12 4 8 18 14 Number of Deer and Resources Change in Deer Population and Amount of Habitat Resources Over Time …
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  • 5.7 Key deer: Evolution and species survival - … also appears on the student handouts.) The Key deer is a small, endangered deer native to the Florida Keys. Scientists believe that … mosquito population. Unfortunately, the ditches can also trap Key deer. Although the deer can swim, they sometimes drown in the ditches when … the Florida Keys. Introduce the endangered species of deer known as the Key Deer (scientific name: Odocoileus virginianus clavium) that inhabits the …
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  • Oh Deer! - … predetermined area of the schoolyard. 4. Explain the activity, Oh Deer!, to the students. Use the directions for the activity found … students complete the student response sheet (see Attached File). Oh Deer! Game Directions 1. Mark two parallel lines on the ground … the other line with their backs to the deer. 2. Explain that the deer need to find food, water, and shelter in … to their line, and the habitat component becomes a deer. Any deer that fails to find its habitat component dies becomes a …
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  • The Delicate Balance within a Forest Ecosystem - … show how these interactions affect a population of deer in Arizona. In 1905, the deer population on the Kaibab Plateau in Arizona … grazing permits to allow more grass for the deer. By 1923, however, the deer were reported to be near starvation and the … and during the fall of 1924, about 675 deer were killed. These deer represented only 10 percent of the number that had … capacity Answer the analysis questions Deer Population of the Kaibab Year 1905 # Deer 4,000 Year 1927 # Deer 37,000 3 1910 1915 …
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  • A population and a biome - … chart and a graph after playing a game of "Oh Deer" Technology resources laptop computers desktop computer, connector, and TV (optional … twice as many resources as there are deer. Have the students who will be deer in the first round move to the … the deer approaches and captures the resource needed. If a deer can find a match, the resource becomes a deer. If a deer cannot … . (Remember: Each student who is a deer in a particular round represents one hundred deer.) Activities Students will constuct a table of …
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  • Hi, Deer! Estimating the Size of the Florida Key Deer Population by Census Simulation - … better understanding on the effect of urban development on Key deer movements, habitat use, and behavior. In addition, the study will provide an updated estimate on the size of the deer herd. B: Florida Environment http://floridaenvironment.com/programs/fe00306.htm … Institute and State University students; contains information on Florida Key deer reproduction, distribution, population, and habitat with suggestions on how to …
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  • Influence of Genes on an Organism's Survival - … will line up on one end and the deer on the other. The deer are to run to the other side with … and healthy gene diversity. Part I: “OH DEER!” 1. Describe what happened to the deer population throughout the activity. 2. a) What … environmental factor or a genetic factor? Part II: Vocabulary and Deer Brainstorming 4. Define the following words: • Adaptation: • Genotype: • Phenotype: • Natural … the disadvantages and advantages that these adaptations provide for your deer population. Advantages Disadvantages 5. Choose 2 Environmental Condition Cards. List …
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