Field Trip Program

Forest Watershed Walk

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Description

Following a stream to its confluence, students will participate in a dynamic field investigation of wildlife habitat, watershed processes, and forest functions. Using multiple observations, students will learn about their impacts on the natural versus human created water cycle.

Group Size

  • 20 to 100

Duration

  • 1 hour

Locations

  • Chattahoochee River Environmental Education Center
  • Island Ford
  • Sibley Pond at Sope Creek

 

Contact

Marjorie Thomas, Education Coordinator

email us

678-538-1243

Details

Subject:
Biodiversity, Biology: Animals, Biology: Plants, Conservation, Ecology, Environment, Hydrology
National/State Standards:
Georgia Performance Standards: SKL1, SKL2, S1L1, D3L1, S3L2, S4L1, and S4L2
Keywords:
watershed, water quality, habitat, water cycle, confluence, wildlife
type:
Field Trip Program