Join Ranger Jessi to learn all about these fall time favorites and what to do if you encounter one.
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- 21st Century Learning Framework
- Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
- Use Systems Thinking
- Make Judgments and Decisions
- Solve Problems
- AFWA Conservation Content Standards
- Students should understand and accept and/or lawfully participate in hunting, fishing, trapping, boating, wildlife watching, shooting sports, and other types of resource-related outdoor recreation.
- Responsible users of fish, wildlife and the out of doors, respect the rights and property of others.
- Benchmarks for Conservation Literacy
- Exhibit responsible personal and social behavior that respects self and others in nature-related outdoor recreation.
- Understands and follows activity-specific safe practices, rules, procedures and etiquette during nature-related outdoor activities. (5th grade)
- Participates cooperatively in nature-related outdoor activities with persons with diverse abilities and backgrounds. (8th grade)
- Initiates responsible behavior, functions independently and responsibly, and positively influences the behavior of others while participating in nature related outdoor activities. (12th grade)
- National Science Education Standards (1996)
- Levels K-4
- Characteristics of organisms
- Life cycles of organisms
- Organisms and environments
- Levels 5-8
- Regulation and behavior
- Diversity and adaptations of organisms
- Populations and ecosystems
- Reproduction and heredity
- Structure and function in living systems
Colorado State Parks- Vega