1st Grade Wildlife Presentation

1st Grade Wildlife Presentation
Posted on 02/20/2020
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Wildlife presentationWildlife presentation Wildlife presentation A first grader's special report turned evolved into a presentation on Ohio's wildlife recently.
Calin Headings presented his report on the grey wolf to other students in his grade this week. He worked with first grade aide Terry Beck to write the report featuring the grey wolf's diet, habitat, habits and history in Ohio. Although Ohio is no longer home to the grey wolf, its cousins, the coyotes, are prevalent.
After Calin's speech, Logan County Wildlife Officer Adam Smith continued the conversation about animals that once lived in Ohio. He discussed how settlement and over hunting caused the disappearance of wild turkeys and river otters in Ohio by the early 1900s. However, Smith points out that those and other species have been reintroduced to Ohio and are thriving thanks to controlled conservation efforts.
Well done, guys!!