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Arctic Wolves - FREE to schools

by  International Wolf Center

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The Arctic is one of the harshest places on Earth, but it still supports a complex ecosystem that includes the Arctic subspecies of the gray wolf. Come learn more about our very own Arctic Ambassadors, Axel and Grayson, and the ways they would interact with their prey and other animals!

This program is FREE to school groups.  Non-school groups are invoiced $75. 

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About This Program

Cost

By Request: $75.00


Programs are free for school groups. We
recommend no more than 50 students per session.

Programs for community organizations and other groups are $75.00 per 45-60 minute session with up to 100 participants.

Length

45-60 minutes for 2nd grade and above. 30 minutes for K-1st grade.


Target Audience

Education: Grade(s) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, Parent, Adult LearnersPublic Library: Library Patrons, Library Staff

Minimum participants:

No minimum.

Maximum participants:

We suggest no more than 40-50 students per program.


Primary Disciplines

Sciences


Program Delivery Mode

Zoom



Booking Information

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For more information contact CILC at (507) 388-3672

Provider's Cancellation Policy

Please give at least 24 hours notice for program cancellation when possible!

About This Provider

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International Wolf Center

Ely, MN
United States

The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wild lands and the human role in their future. WolfLink videoconferencing programs feature dynamic, interactive learning experiences and real-time viewing of our resident ambassador wolves running, playing, napping or tussling in their naturalized northern Minnesota habitat.

Contact:
Maddy Witt
wolflink@wolf.org
218-365-4695-124

Program Details

Format

1. Introduction to the International Wolf Center and ambassador wolves
2. Description of the Arctic environment, ecosystem, and members of that ecosystem
3. Discussion on wolf adaptations and comparison of different subspecies
4. Question and answer time, with the opportunity to view ambassador wolves live on camera

Objectives

Participants will be able to:
- define the terms “adaptation,” “camouflage,” “predator,” and “prey”
- list several members of the Arctic ecosystem, and classify them as predator or prey species
- explain how specific adaptations aid in wolf survival
- list three specific physical and social adaptations wolves use
- compare and contrast wolf and prey adaptations

Standards Alignment

National Standards

NS.K-4.3 LIFE SCIENCE
As a result of their activities, all students should develop an understanding of:
• The characteristics of organisms
• Life cycles of organisms
• Organisms and environments
NS.5-8.3 LIFE SCIENCE
As a result of their activities, all students should develop an understanding of:
• Structure and function in living systems
• Regulation and behavior
• Populations and ecosystems
• Diversity and adaptations of organisms
NS.K-4.6 and NS.5-8.6 PERSONAL AND SOCIAL PERSPECTIVES
As a result of their activities, all students should develop an understanding of:
• Types of resources
• Changes in environments
• Populations, resources and environments