Habitat Time Travel

In the spring of 2012, students in grades 3-5 at Leo Politi Elementary studied the wildlife species that likely inhabited the Los Angeles area hundreds of years ago and species that live here now. Embarking on two multi-sensory virtual hikes, students explored habitats (coastal sage scrub, grassland, oak woodland, riparian, and wetland) and learned how native wildlife was (and is) adapted to survive in these habitats. A few of the concepts covered included echolocation, eye-shine, food web relationships, amphibian metamorphosis, and learning to identify animals using tracks and vocalizations.

 

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