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Winter Animal Ecology: December 4, 2020

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The primary director of life in the north is Winter. Learn about these acronyms as we explore our Big Creek Outdoor Education Center. Winter is a difficult season to survive in the North Fork Valley, and there are many aspects that one must consider when making the North Fork their home. Snow, Cold, Radiation, Energy, and Wind are just a few of these aspects. To deal with these environmental conditions, animals must possess key characteristics in order to survive. Due to the unforgiving nature of winter, animals have to Move, Adapt, or Die.

Hiking Level: Up to 1-mile, 100 feet elevation gain