Wildlife Encounters - 9th - 12th grade
Lesson 2: Wildlife Populations

Parenting Strategy: Intensive

Parents spend all day finding food to feed their offspring. They never leave their babies unattended for very long.


There are many animals that, like humans, must spend a long time with their parents before they are capable of caring for themselves. Predators, like red fox or red-tailed hawks, must be taught how to hunt by their parents, which can take weeks or months.


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