AgriScience Wildlife Management Unit 11

predators, prey, parasitism, mutualism, commensalism
Five wildlife relationships
commercial, recreational, biological, social, scientific, aesthetic
Six positive values of wildlife’s relationship with humans
mixed age trees
type of forests wildlife survive the best in
regulate stream temperature and prevent erosion
trees growing along a stream help to
wetlands
most important wildlife management area
one third
wetlands should be made up of about how much shallow-standing water for optimum wildlife use
aesthetic
inspiration for artwork is a/an _____value of wildlife
recreational and commercial
fishing is a/an _____ value of wildlife.
biological
pollination of crops is a/an ____value of wildlife.
social
the ability of wildlife to increase the value of their surroundings simply by their presence is an/an ___ value of wildlife.
scientific
the observation of wildlife by early humans to determine what was safe to eat is an/an ____value of wildlife.
wildlife
animals don’t require aid of man
habitat
where a plant or animal normally lives
vertebrate
an animal with a backbone
predators
animals that feed on others
prey
animals that get eaten
parasitism
feeds on another animal without killing it
warm-blooded animals
animals that regulate own body temperature
mutualism
both animals are benefited
predation
one animal eats another animal (one animal dies)
commensalism
no help or harm
competition
different animals compete for the same stuff
wetlands
a lowland area saturated with freshwater (area that contains swamp)
parasitism, mutualism, commensalism, competition, predation
wildlife relationships
commercial, recreational, scientific, biological, social, aesthetic
positive values of wildlife’s relationship with humans
deer, catfish, bobcat, turkey, raccoon, squirrel
types of wildlife animals that may be found in forest, lakes, streams, etc
forests, wetlands, streams, lakes, and ponds
wildlife management classifications
swamp, marsh, bogs
wetland examples
over-populated areas
Not a good idea to give supplemental feed to animals in