Yellowstone’s Wolves Nature Study for Kids

We’re kicking off the new year with a very interesting science topic about keystone species and their importance in any ecosystem. Visit Yellowstone National Park in this latest episode of the No Sweat Nature Study Podcast to learn just how much this habitat needs wolves.

light tawny wolf stands alone in sunny clearing with greenery in the background

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Yellowstone’s Wolves Nature Study

Which of these questions can you answer after listening to the podcast?

  • How many acres of land can you find in Yellowstone National Park?
  • Name three geothermal features you can find in Yellowstone.
  • Name three landforms you can find in Yellowstone.
  • What is a keystone species?
  • In Yellowstone, are wolves known as villains or heroes?
  • What is biodiversity?
Gray wolf standing with grass and trees in the background.

Yellowstone’s Wolves Nature Study Video Class

In the No Sweat Nature Study Video Class for members, discover what happened to the gray wolves in Yellowstone and what occurred in the park as a result. Hear the interesting story about the resurgence of wolves and the important healing of biodiversity for both plants and animals.

Learn about apex predators in the food chain, food webs, plant and animal populations, overgrazing, extirpation, and reintroduction in this fascinating, historical science lesson about balance in an ecosystem. This is an amazing topic!

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Free Nature Observation Printable Packet for All Seasons

No matter what time of year you’re listening to this episode of the No Sweat Nature Study Podcast, here’s a printable pack of nature observation activities for every season of the year!

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