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Title: Caring for Wildlife
Description: This lesson will cover the basics of wildlife care. Different topics will be covered from what to do when you find an injured or orphaned animal, when it is not safe to approach wild animals, different diseases wildlife can contract, who to report wildlife issues to, and the ethical responsibilities when caring or treating wild animals. Included in this lesson are three worksheets for students to apply what they learned and a fun, interactive PowerPoint.  
Key Words: Wildlife Care, Diseases, Game warden, Rehabilitation center, Parks and Wildlife office 
Grade Level: 9-12th 
Subject: Ag 
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 Wildlife Care Lesson Plan.doc
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 Caring for Wildlife-1 (NXPowerLite).pptx
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 Caring for Wildlife Word Search.docx
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 Caring for Wildlife Word Search ANSWERS.docx
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 Wildlife Scenario Activity.docx
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 Wildlife Scenario Activity Answers.docx
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 Caring for Wildlife Quiz.docx
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 Caring for Wildlife Quiz Answers.docx

Teacher's Request: I would like a lesson plan that teaches students about caring for wild animals (orphaned animals, wild animal rescue, animal rehabilitation)including nutrition/feeding, safety, ethical responsibilities of caring for wild animals, and basic first aid.
   

 

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