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Puzzles are a simple, fun activity that shouldn’t be overlooked at home. They help build and maintain mental skills for both adults and children. Here are three reasons you should start doing puzzles with your kids
Puzzles present a simple end goal: put the pieces together to form the picture on the box. The difficulty of completing that task all depends on the type of puzzle you get, whether the pieces are big or small, how many pieces there are, and what kind of image makes up the puzzle.
Owls are a great resource to study to learn more about the ecosystems they’re in and the prey they eat. However, like many animals today, they face threats to their survival. Climate change and human activity cause a lot of problems for different species of owls.
Burrowing owls face threats from habitat loss, changes of land use, and nest damage from weather.1&2 With weather changes, some regions get heavier rainfall. This can flood their burrows or impede burrowing owl parents from bringing enough food back to their young.2
Starting a career in biology is hard. It’s easy to feel lost. Should you get a Master’s Degree? Or is a Bachelor’s Degree OK? What should you expect outside of the classroom? What skills do you need to give yourself an edge? What career paths open up when you become a biologist?
Get these answers and more from the Wolf Education and Research Center biologist, Jeremy Heft. He shares his experiences as a biologist and captive wolf handler to answer ten major questions in an easy-to-follow, won’t-waste-your-time ebook.