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Falcon Camera Education Material

Peregrine Falcon with her egg
Use the falcon web cam and related education materials to open Missouri students' eyes to the lives of peregrine falcons, the fastest animals on earth. More

Falcon Research Questions

Nine research questions help Missouri students in all grade levels use the Internet, field guides and other resources to learn more about peregrine falcons. More

Falcon Study for Grades K–2

Topics in our K-2 collection of falcon-study activities include learning about birds of prey, camouflage as a survival adaptation, habitat, life cycles. More

Forest Park School Programs

Download this brochure to learn more about Forest Park school programs. More

Free Publications

Download this form to order dozens of publications about habitat improvement, Missouri native wildlife and plants, fishing and hunting, and special volunteer programs. Note: you must be a Missouri resident to receive our free printed publications. More

Grades 3-5 Student Book Chapter Eight

Humans Are Organisms,Too illustrates how humans interact with nature and the beneficial or harmful effects humans can have on living and non-living parts of the ecosystem. More

Grades 3-5 Student Book Chapter Five

You Eat What?! identifies three types of consumers: herbivores, carnivores and omnivores as well as an ecosystem’s cleanup crew, the scavengers and decomposers. More

Grades 3-5 Student Book Chapter Four

Chain of Foods explains how the sun’s energy passes through plants (producers) and animals (consumers) and how the loss of one population affects the whole food chain. More

Grades 3-5 Student Book Chapter Nine

More to Explore provides supplemental examples of the concepts of food chains, populations, specialized structures and human interactions through a closer look at four Missouri ecosystems: caves, wetlands, streams, and glades. More

Grades 3-5 Student Book Chapter One

It’s all Connected introduces students to the concepts of organism, population, and community and explains how living and non-living things combine to form an ecosystem. More