Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Need something different to teach population dynamics? Try using this 13 minute video in your class.

This summer Patrick and I paddled to Isle Royale National Park. Isle Royale is an absolutely amazing place and the perfect example to use when teaching kids the basics of population biology. It is 400 square miles of wilderness in the middle of a frigid lake and it is absolutely loaded with animals. The wolf and moose populations there are the focus of one of the world's longest running studies of large animal populations. We filmed on the island and Patrick used the footage to make a 14 minute movie to teach my students about population dynamics and an amazing place where science happens.

Mr. Reedy's Voyage to Isle Royale from Patrick Hanlon on Vimeo.

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