The Marsh

The Marsh

Biodôme de Montréal

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Northern Flicker

Biodôme de Montréal

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Northern Flicker

Northern Flicker
Colaptes auratus

Biodôme de Montréal

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Least Bittern

Biodôme de Montréal

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Least Bittern

Least Bittern
Ixobrychus exilis

Biodôme de Montréal

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Wood Duck

Biodôme de Montréal

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Wood Duck

Wood Duck
Aix sponsa

Biodôme de Montréal

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Hooded merganser

Biodôme de Montréal

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Hooded Merganser

Hooded Merganser
Catharus guttatus

Biodôme de Montréal

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Common Goldeneye

Biodôme de Montréal

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Common Goldeneye

Common Goldeneye
Bucephala clangula

Biodôme de Montréal

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Northern waterthrush

Biodôme de Montréal

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Northern Waterthrush

Northern Waterthrush
Seiurus noveboracensis

Biodôme de Montréal

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Northern oriole

Biodôme de Montréal

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Northern Oriole

Northern Oriole
Icterus galbula

Biodôme de Montréal

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White-throated sparrow

Biodôme de Montréal

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White-throated Sparrow

White-throated Sparrow
Zonotrichia albicollis

Biodôme de Montréal

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Learning Objectives

The learner will:
  • Learn more about the ecosystems in the Americas;
  • Observe the diversity that each ecosystem offers regarding the flora, fauna as well as climate;
  • Identify the elements that shape different ecosystems, such as vegetation, wildlife, soil, etc.;
  • Develop different causes and consequences of human actions on ecosystems (from grade 4);
  • Formulate and justify possible solutions on issues, such as global warming, in order to preserve our ecosystems and biodiversity on Earth (from grade 6).

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