Courses of Study: Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources
Number of Standards matching query: 29
Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources, Grade 9 - 12, Fish and Wildlife Management, 2009
1.) Describe career opportunities in fish and wildlife management.
2.) Determine principles of hunting, boating, and recreational vehicle safety.
Identifying survival and first aid techniques related to outdoor recreation
3.) Explain the history of fish and wildlife management.
Describing the impact of sport hunting in Alabama
Examples: economy, wildlife population
4.) Describe laws that protect fish and wildlife.
5.) Compare habitat needs of selected fish and wildlife species native to Alabama.
Examples: water, shelter, food
Designing a wildlife management plan
Explaining methods used to improve fish and wildlife habitats
6.) Analyze human activities for positive and negative effects on fish and wildlife.
Examples: positive—planting sea grass, conserving habitats
- negative—polluting, filling wetlands
Explaining environmental effects of introducing nonnative species into an area
Describing economic damage to crops caused by wildlife
Evaluating issues concerning endangered and threatened species of fish and wildlife
Example: recovery strategies
7.) Distinguish game from nongame wildlife species.
Comparing classes of wildlife, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish
8.) Identify common fish and wildlife species indigenous to Alabama.
9.) Compare aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
Examples: wetlands, woodlands, grasslands
Identifying methods used to correct an unbalanced ecosystem
Describing interdependence between biotic and abiotic components of a wildlife ecosystem
10.) Identify pests and diseases affecting fish and wildlife species.
11.) Identify outdoor recreational opportunities in Alabama.
Identifying methods of developing and managing outdoor recreational enterprises
12.) Describe differences among state parks in Alabama.