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View Resource Moorpark Zoo: Managing Exotic Animals

Today?s homework: Hand-feed tigers, divvy up raw meat for hyenas and teach the sea lion to play hide and seek. Show your students why math, especially measurement, is an essential tool when it c...

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View Resource The Horse Doctor

A successful professional in any career must be an expert observer, and in no field is this truer than health care. It is especially important to veterinarian Dr. Dina Andrews, whose patients can?t t...

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View Resource Assessing Risks to Migratory Wildlife from Wind Energy Development

Wind offers an alternative energy solution that appears to be environmentally friendly and sustainable, yet considerable uncertainty remains as to the risks and potential impacts on migratory and...

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View Resource Ecological Impacts of Wind Energy Development on Bats: Questions, Research Needs, and Hypotheses

At a time of growing concern over the rising costs and long-term environmental impacts of the use of fossil fuels and nuclear energy, wind energy has become an increasingly important sector of the...

http://dropthelines.com/downloads/Kunz.Bats_&_Wind.07.pdf
View Resource Birds and Wind Farms

Wind power has the ability to be a green, bird-friendly form of power generation, but can also adversely affect birds. Birds can die in collisions with the turbine blades (up to 14 birds per megawatt...

http://www.abcbirds.org/abcprograms/policy/collisions/wind_f...
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