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WETLANDS

TYPES OF WETLANDS

WETLANDS FUNCTIONS

WETLANDS LOSS

WETLANDS RECOVERY

WETLANDS RESOURCES

Migrating goose flying south, looking for a wetland.

 


Migratory birds like this Canada Goose fly hundreds of miles each spring and fall.  They travel south for the winter, and north again where they will spend the summer.  On these long migrations, they need to stop along the way to rest and feed.  They also need water to survive.  This goose is getting a bit upset.  Can you tell why?  It's because the habitat on the land below isn't the proper kind of habitat that wildlife need for survival. 

The goose needs to find a wetland.
 

This frog could "croak" if it doesn't find a wetland!

Click on this frog, and let's go look for a wetland together.
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WETLANDS

TYPES OF WETLANDS

WETLANDS FUNCTIONS

WETLANDS LOSS

WETLANDS RECOVERY

WETLANDS RESOURCES


 


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