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3rd Graders Learn about Local Wildlife

Did you know that elk consume about 20 pounds of various vegetation a day? Or did you know the cutthroat trout is Wyoming’s official state fish and can be found right here in the Snake River? What about the fact that the bald eagle gets its name from the old English word, balde meaning ‘white’? This month, we learned these intriguing facts and much more!
Did you know that elk consume about 20 pounds of various vegetation a day? Or did you know the cutthroat trout is Wyoming’s official state fish and can be found right here in the Snake River? What about the fact that the bald eagle gets its name from the old English word, balde meaning ‘white’? This month, we learned these intriguing facts and much more!
 
This past Tuesday, November 6th, the third grade class presented the “Animals of Wyoming” Science Fair. Students diligently worked on these projects and dioramas for about 3 weeks prior to the event. Family, friends and schoolmates came to the classroom where each third grader presented their findings and impressive 3D dioramas.
 
This research project supported the third grade Ecology unit in science. During this unit, we have been studying taxonomy, habitats, plants and animals native to our region. Students and parents alike enjoyed learning about the beauty and truth behind these animals of Wyoming.  
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