Endangered Species of Australia contains practical research activities for threatened and endangered animal species of Australia. Ideal for gifted students or independent learners, this book examines the reasons why specific animals are facing uncertain futures. Activities provide opportunities for students to analyse conservation efforts, as well as asking them to provide their own ideas to help the plight of these animals.
Endangered Species of Australia includes background information and activities for the regent honeyeater, rock wallaby, greater bilby, northern hairy-nosed wombat, pygmy blue tongue lizard, spotted handfish, Kangaroo Island dunnart, orange-bellied parrot, western swamp tortoise and much more. Each animal section contains links to relevant websites. Activities are outcome linked and can be completed in any order. Extension ideas and general activities have also been included making this title a valuable resource for the busy upper primary or relief teacher.
Author: Jane Bourke