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Adventures in Wildlife Biology for Teens: Researching and Saving Wild Animals
Through firsthand accounts, stories and information, this club will lead budding biologists through discussions about how wild animals are researched and saved. #academic
Terry Lawson Dunn
237 total reviews for this teacher
3 reviews for this class
Completed by 36 learners
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year old learners
US Grade Level
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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This class is designed to feed the minds of hungry, budding nature enthusiasts who are curious about what it would be like to research and save animals in the wild. As a wildlife biologist and environmental educator, I have a lot of firsthand experiences to share about studying and observing different animals in various parts of the world. I use those tales to engage students in a discussion about what types of information scientists gather and how they can get that information. And, taking...
Learners will improve their understanding of what scientists do in the field and begin to think like scientists themselves. More importantly, they will be with other kids (and one very enthused adult) who love wild animals and exploring outdoors.
I pursued a career in wildlife science and environmental communications after deciding at 8 years old that I wanted to 'save all the animals'. I know what it feels like to want to DO something from an early age! Kids have so many more options and ideas now and many are ready to make an impact. I have done everything from wildlife field research, to working in environmental education at World Wildlife Fund, the Smithsonian National Zoo and National Audubon Society. It is my hope that I can ignite your learner's interest in getting more involved in nature and wildlife conservation.
No homework is required although many learners will probably want to find out more and I can steer them in the right direction.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Terry Lawson Dunn
Wildlife Biologist, Environmental Educator, Writer and Artist- All in one lively package!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
237 total reviews
126 completed classes
Hello everyone. I'm sincerely looking forward to meeting you and expanding your horizons into the wonderful world of nature, with my solar-powered classes (yes, all my electricity is solar)! I started out as a wildlife biologist (Bachelor's...