Be a Salmon Saver: Watersheds

Bring your class to explore Everything Travels Downstream! which features an interactive microscope station about stream food chains, a larger-than-life salmon species matching game, and information on how to “Be A Salmon Saver.”  Located indoors in the Secrets of the Forest Interpretive Center, it’s the perfect rainy day activity.

The following are some resources to guide students on watershed exploration through our Everything Travels Downstream! exhibit. Activities can be implemented in a classroom environment, either in preparation for a trip to the zoo, or as a stand-alone lesson.

  • Waves, Wetlands, and Watersheds is a classroom and community activity guide for teachers that addresses issues such as endangered species, marine debris, coastal geology, water use, and much more. This curriculum is correlated to the California State Science Content Standards for grades 3 through 8.
  • Pacific Salmon & Steelhead coloring book illustrates the salmon lifecycle and how to distinguish between different salmonids.
  • Stream to Sea developed by Fisheries and Oceans Canada, helps students become aquatic stewards by providing learning resources and activities for primary through secondary level students.
  • Salmon in the Classroom is an easy-to-print resource provided by Oregon State University which includes lesson plans, worksheets, and field trip ideas.

Other Watershed Resources
Click here for other educational resources for grades K-12.

This project was sponsored by the California Coastal Commission Whale Tail Grant Program.

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When:
November 13, 2014 @ 3:00 am – 4:00 am
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2016
7:00 pm FREE Conservation Lecture @ Sequoia Park Zoo, Flamingo Room
FREE Conservation Lecture @ Sequoia Park Zoo, Flamingo Room
Feb 10 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Please join us for the next FREE presentation in the Zoo Conservation Lecture Series, “North American porcupine ecology in a coastal dune forest” by Tim Bean, Assistant Professor in the Department of Wildlife at Humboldt State University and Cara Appel, … Continue reading
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2016
6:30 pm Free Conservation Lecture – ‘Equ... @ Sequoia Park Zoo
Free Conservation Lecture – ‘Equ... @ Sequoia Park Zoo
Mar 9 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Join Jared Wolfe from the US Forest Service and the  Klamath Bird Observatory for a talk about the realities of pioneering avian research and conservation in a country that is remarkably unknown to ornithologists. A reception will be held from … Continue reading
When:
November 13, 2014 @ 3:00 am – 4:00 am
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