A Study in How the Predator/Prey Relationship Between Wolves and Moose was Re-Established on Isle Royale National Park
The National Parks of Lake Superior Foundation Link and its collaborative partners have released a new documentary film, “The Return of Wolves: Isle Royale National Park,” a culmination of a four-year, ongoing initiative that studies how the predator/prey relationship between wolves and moose was re-established on Isle Royale National Park. Watch the film.
The corresponding free educational plans in “Lessons from the Wilderness” offer educators in the classroom and homeschool settings the opportunity to teach students about the unique relationship between wolves and moose on Isle Royale National Park and how it alters the ecosystem. This program has lessons for K-12 learners in four age groups, with a curriculum most relevant and appropriate for each grade level. VIEW CURRICULUM
2 Replies to ““The Return of Wolves: Isle Royal National Park” Predator/Prey Relationship”
So pleased to see a successful reintroduction of wolves to Isle Royale. Biodiversity is so important and it will be interesting to the changes happen in the years ahead, just like they did In Yellowstone.
I don’t have any kids or school students but I hope to watch the film this evening. A lot of times it is easier for me to understand things the way they are explained to children.