The moose is one of those animals that many of us never get a chance to see in real life. It’s large body and huge antlers make it a very distinctive and interesting animal for most children to learn about using resources you can find online or at your public library.
Here are just a couple of ideas for a moose nature study to get you started:
¨ For younger children, listen to chapter 36 in the Burgess Animal Book for Children, featuring the moose.
¨ Learn about antlers on this page: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service—Antlers.
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- Skunk Cabbage
- Common Raven
- California Quail
- Western Tanager
- Black Bear
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