Wildlife Jeopardy

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Who ‘owns’
Nebraska Wildlife?
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We All Do!
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Name one federally
What can you tell about the feeding
listedhabits
endangered
bird
of this animal?
species which can be
found in Nebraska.
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Eskimo Curlew
Whooping Crane
Piping Plover
Mountain Plover
Eskimo Curlew
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2-200
Name 2 examples of
Nebraska animals that
walk on their toe-nails.
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Ungulates
(Deer, Pronghorn, elk, etc.)
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Name two characteristics
which make a fish a fish.
Gills
Scales
Entire Life in the Water
Swim Bladder
Fins
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The portion of habitat that
Fly Fishing is best done
an animal will
by …
defend is called?
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Territory
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A coyote is in what
taxonomic Order?
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Carnivora
(Family canidae)
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This animal preys on small mammals
including skunks
Name this fish
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Great horned owl
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Name the migration flyway
which runs through
Nebraska.
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Central Flyway
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Is this a male or a female?
How can your tell?
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Tom16
oryears
male old
Turkey
(beard, head color)
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The caudal fin is used for…
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Propulsion
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Name one adaptation of this
bird.
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Long legs
Large wings
Probing beak
Migrating
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What are the five elements
of habitat?
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Food
Water
Shelter
Space
Arrangement
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What does this animal eat?
How can you tell?
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Meat/Animals
It has sharp teeth… canine,
incisors.
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The orderly process by
which an ecosystem
changes from one plant
community to another is
called?
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SUCCESSION
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3 diagnostic environmental
characteristics used to
delineate wetlands are...
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Vegetation
Hydric Soils
Hydrology
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The greatest threat to
wildlife populations is
what?
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Habitat Loss
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This pair of explorers
traveled along the eastern
edge of Nebraska recording
wildlife species and
creating maps.
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Lewis and Clark
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This U.S. president
(1901-1909) was
considered to be a hero
for conservation
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Theodore Roosevelt
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Although the Bald Eagle is
no longer protected under
the Endangered Species
Act, it is still protected
under this Act.
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BaldAldo
and Golden
LeopoldEagle
Protection Act
(1940)
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The Nebraska Game &
Parks Commission was
created in what year?
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1901.
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The “Father of Modern
Game Management” is
considered to be?
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Aldo Leopold
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