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When do mule deer bucks typically shed their antlers? When are elk calves usually born? How can you tell the difference between a grizzly bear and a black bear? For kids growing up in Montana, these questions might not be very difficult to answer. But to many children, particularly those living in urban areas, these natural science questions might be harder than an algebra test. Check out our new Trail Cam Lesson Plans.... the first one is FREE!
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Buy all three Trail Camera Lesson Plans and save $5! The bundle includes the following lesson plans: Trail Camera 101 Trail Camera – The Grove Trail Camera – The Hightower Trail Camera – The North Fork INTRODUCTORY LESSON PLAN – TRAIL CAMERA 101 What is wildlife? What are trail cameras and how do...
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The third of three modules that will provide practice for students to test their wildlife identification skills while viewing a full set of trail camera photographs. This module features images from The North Fork camera and highlights topics such the variety of wildlife that occupies different...
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The second of three modules that will provide practice for students to test their wildlife identification skills while viewing a full set of trail camera photographs. This module features images from The Hightower camera and highlights topics such as monitoring deer movement, antler growth, extreme...
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The first of three modules that will provide practice for students to test their wildlife identification skills while viewing a full set of trail camera photographs. This module features images from The Grove camera and highlights topics such as identifying different species of deer and elk,...

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