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Fast Food in the Natural World
Join DNR educator Edward Shaw from the Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center in Cadillac to learn about predator-prey relationships around Michigan. We will also discuss how wildlife populations are managed to increase numbers of some species while limiting the numbers of others. This 30-minute presentation will meet these learning outcomes:
- Learn how predator/prey relationships relate to the food web.
- Discover how ecological limiting factors play a role in the number of animals that can live on the landscape.
- Explore how human interactions play a role in wildlife management.
- Understand that these wildlife resources belong to the people and who pays for their management and protection.
Registration and materials
- Pre/post-lesson and NGSS correlations
- Check back to register starting in September.