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Already a Member? Login Here This lesson plan can be used to: (1) introduce students to migration, nomadism, and dormancy: important classifications used to describe how living organisms adapt to their environment; (2) acquaint students with many of the concepts biologists use to describe those behaviors; (3) work with the scientific vocabulary and explore the derivation of some technical terms used to describe migration, nomadism, and dormancy; (4) confirm the use of the taxonomy for animal species; (5) discuss the use of ultralight aircraft to reestablish lost migration patterns among birds; and (6) provide an example of the process by which government can act through NEPA (the National Environmental Policy Act).
The tables below are divided by era. The lists are being enlarged all the time.