Draw a Neighborhood Connectivity Map

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Activity Time

4 minutes

Activity by:

Audrey Carver

About the Activity

As the climate changes, animals will need to move, sometimes closer to human development, to find the resources that they need to survive. Learn how you may be able to help by creating a more connected landscape.


Draw a connectivity map to help you see how you move throughout your space, and also understand how other animals move as well.

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