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Wildlife Online Study Guide

Introduction

Diverse wildlife populations are valuable from many standpoints, as indicators of a healthy ecosystem, for recreation, and for aesthetics. Understanding a species' requirements and habits is the first step in ensuring the continuing existence of that particular animal. Proper protection and management of an animal's habitat will encourage optimum populations.

To help you meet the objectives below, study the fact sheets on the Wildlife Study Guide Links Page. The primary source of written test questions will be from the Wildlife Study Guide Links Page. In addition, you should use any local resources available to you.

Photo of students identifying wildlife specimens

Students above are seen taking the "hands-on" part of the wildlife test at the 2002 NJ Envirothon, held at Liberty State Park.


For more information contact your local Soil Conservation District Office or Richard Belcher, NJ Envirothon Coordinator Phone: (609) - 292-5540,  Fax: (609) - 633-7229.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This page last updated January 30, 2014