Bay Link is an educational site centered on the Chesapeake Bay
estuary, the people living on its drainage area, and the effect the various
natural and human forces have on the Bay.
Feathered Feeders (Gr. K-9)
Students will investigate variation in bird beaks and the interrelationships of form and function.
Whose Clues (Gr. K-10)
Students will investigate interrelationships between animals and their environment by observing clues to wildlife activities and inferring about the types of wildlife present in an area and their activities.
Hot Foot Field Trip (Gr. 4-12)
Students will investigate variations in temperature and its possible effect on location of living things.
National Wildlife Refuge has designed lessons to be aids in
preparing your students for their visit to the Minnesota
Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
Deer Tails and Trails (Gr. 4-6)
The students will assess how human populations have affected the white-tailed deer population.
Eco-Beaver (Gr. 4-6)
The students will explain why all living things must learn to live by the basic laws of ecology.
Pond Web (Gr. 4-6)
The lesson will emphasize the ecological values and the interconnection of all living things within an interdependent community.
Wetland Birds And Their Habitat (Gr. 5-6)
They will discuss how birds are adapted to a wetland habitat and develop an understanding of the importance of protection and management to a wetland community.