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Southern Seabird Solutions Trust factsheets & lesson plans

Published:  

2007

The Southern Seabird Solutions Trust factsheets offer students an opportunity to explore the lives of seabirds.

Summary of factsheets and lesson plans

The Southern Seabird Solutions Trust factsheets offer students an opportunity to explore the lives of seabirds.

The lesson plans were created to assist teachers in helping students investigate and learn about seabirds, the important role seabirds play in their environment, and what impacts humans have on their ecology.


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Publication information

This series of factsheets and lesson plans were created for Southern Seabird Solutions Trust. The Department of Conservation’s Marine Conservation Unit funded this environmental education project.

Factsheets by Shelly Farr Biswell
Lesson plans by Ken Hodson
Design by Lisa Paton of Morphological Design
Masthead photo courtesy of Southern Seabird Solutions Fishers Photograph Competition

Southern Seabird Solutions project steering committee:  Alan Riwaka, Sarah Crysell, Jo Garty, Wendy Barry, Stephanie Rowe and Danica Devery-Smith.

Various people have reviewed sections or complete drafts of these factsheets and have provided helpful comments.  These people include Stephen Bragg (DOC), Peter de Lange (DOC), Dave Kellian (Southern Seabird Solutions), Anuru Luke (DOC), Colin Miskelly (DOC), Janice Molloy (Southern Seabird Solutions), Lyndon Perriman (DOC), Paul Sagar (NIWA), Graeme Taylor (DOC) and Richard Wells (Clement and Associates Limited).

Others, including Peter McClelland (DOC) and Steve Cranwell (DOC), have shared useful information about specific species for these fact sheets.


 

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Contacts

For more information contact your local DOC office or email conservED@doc.govt.nz