*New* Burrowing In with Burrowing Owls (4-6)
The burrowing owl is a unique grassland species, whose Canadian population has declined by 90% since the 1990s. The owl is listed as endangered due to several threats that result in high…Read More
The concepts of adaptation, classification, evolution, and speciation are brought to life through the observation of primates, the comparison of skulls and a couple of games. Students will examine what makes humans unique from primates through investigation of the question “How does our understanding of evolution and the theories associated allow us to better understand and protect species today?” Students will also learn how researchers and animal care staff use the information gained to help them further support conservation science.
Length: 4 hours
Program times: 10:00am
Maximum students: 37