Posts Tagged ‘Tundra Food Chain’
Prairie Food Chain
One woman’s journey from the prairies to Okanagan wine country.
Part I A seed is planted
The February snows were still blowing cold across Saskatchewan when I booked a week off work for my vacation time in July. The job was proving to be more of a challenge than I’d expected or signed up for and I was really looking forward to a break. A week in Whistler would be just the thing: kicking back in the hot tub, walking the valley trail, people-watching in the village, Read the rest of this entry »
Coniferous Forest Food Chain
Chain Pickerel,(Esox Niger), are a formidable gamefish, that are actively pursued by some, and despised by others!
Chain Pickerel can be found throughout the Northeast, and down to Florida. In some areas, these are prized as trophies that deserve the same respect as a big largemouth bass, in other areas, such as in Florida, many anglers consider them nothing more than a nuisance.
Many inexperienced anglers mistake this fish for a Northern pike, but there are distinct differences in these two species. The Chain Pickerel is distinguished by it’s chain like pattern along Read the rest of this entry »
Food Chains Food Webs
Just like the world wide web, the web of life is an interconnected system. The only difference is that these food chains, and food webs are representations of the predator-prey relationships between species within an ecosystem or habitat.
Although humans are the most (self-professed) advanced form of life on earth, we are still very much dependent (whether we like it or not) on the web of life for our survival. We may needlessly take our trees for granted, and needlessly clear cut our forests, but they selflessly take our exhaled carbon dioxide and turn it back Read the rest of this entry »
Wetland Food Chain
A. What To Visually Check At The Property
Go to the lot and visually check for the following items. If there is a neighbor next to the property, notice and/or find out what services they have.
Do you see any overhead or underground electrical lines?
Do you see a fire hydrant near the property?
Do you see a sewer manhole cover in the Read the rest of this entry »