Fighting for Foxes - Assessments

Going Further

  1. Research another endangered species. Create a food web for your species. Describe the circumstances that led to your organism’s decline and the steps that are being taken to allow the population to recover. If you don’t want students to research their own species, consider using other articles from magazines or books. The book Life on the Edge – A guide to California’s Endangered Natural Resources by Biosystem Books is a superb resource for identifying and researching endangered and threatened species.
  2. Create an action project to educate other students, parents and/or the community about an endangered species in your area. Consider creating newsletters, creating a web page, or making a presentation to younger grades.