Type
Word Search
Description

herbivore
camouflage
bird
cat
predators
nest
ground parrot
forest
island
nocturnal
kakapo
flightless

kakapo Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

nest
herbivore
camouflage
endangered
climb
new Zealand
codfish island
forest
predators
bird
noclurnal
flightless

National Geographic New Zealand Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Aotearoa
Canterbury
Auckland Zoo
Forest
Kelp
Karori
Sheep
Tui
South Island
Possum
Kea
Moa
Wellington
Stewart Island
Maori
Kiwi
Kakapo
Mountains
Fiordland
Tasman See
Penguins

Animal Classification Vocabulary Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

offspring
vertebrates
camouflage
carnivore
coldblooded
herbivore
omnivore
predator
prey
warmblooded

Exploring Ecology Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

MrJenkinsclass
water
sand
estuary
plankton
marine ecosystems
tundra
desert
savanna
forest biome
adaptation
pioneer species
succession
nitrogen cycle
pollinator
coevolution
parasite
parasitism
commensalism
mutualism
sysmbiosis
warning coloration
defensive chemicals
camouflage
predator
prey
competition
carrying capacity
limiting factors
energy pyramid
foodweb
foodchain
omnivores
carnivore
herbivore
producers
biosphere
ecosystem
community
population
abiotic
biotic
ecology

Wildlife Management Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

hibernation
nocturnal
birdsofprey
endangered
extinct
pond
delta
watershed
herbivore
species
prey
predator
foodchain
carnivore
omnivore
wildlife
habitat
limitingfactor
community
adaptive
ecosystem
carryingcapacity
wildlifemanagement
raptor
exotic
insectivore
Biosphere

ecosystem word search

Type
Word Search
Description

indanger
extinct
hibernate
reproduce
migrate
desert
grassland
ocean
mimicry
adaptation
camouflage
ecosystem
predator
prey
instincts
adaptations
plants
animals
sun
decomposers
consumers
producers

Birds! Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Birds' feet used for walking and grabbing prey talons
Used for eating and cleaning feathers beak
this bird catches fish by using its beak as a fishing net pelican
this bird flaps it's wings at 80 flaps per second hummingbird
toboggans and lives in the South Pole penguin
eats upside down and stands on one leg flamingo
to mark a bird in order to track it's life banding
the study of birds ornithology
a Frenchman known for his love of Birds Audubon
this bird uses its beak to peck trees for worms and insects woodpecker
An Emperor Penguin's nesting grounds rookery
something that is felt, or known by heart instinct
to travel to warmer climate for survival migrate
this bird is nocturnal and can turn it's head almost completely around owl
large, flightless bird from Africa ostrich
known to scavenge and eat wounded or dead animals vulture
known for its black and orange colors and a baseball team oriole

Biology Biome Crossword Puzzle Answers

Type
Crossword
Description

An animal that preys on the African Wildcat FOXES
Another name for the jackass penguin AFRICAN PENGUIN
One of the things the jackass penguins eat FISH
Looks similar to a normal cat AFRICAN WILDCAT
Eats both meat and plants OMNIVORE
The middle part of the forest SHRUB
A place where animals live HABITAT
Animal which only eats meat CARNIVORE
The cape parrot's favorite fruit YELLOW-WOOD FRUIT
An endangered species that lives in the forest which can fly CAPE PARROT
another word for swapping or borrowing TRADE
One of the animals on our lists that lives on ice JACKASS PENGUIN
Another word for threatened(on assessment sheet) ENDANGERED
Only eats plants HERBIVORE
A large geographical area with it's own specific climate,it's own distinctive plant and animal life BIOME

ecosystem Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

FOOD
CONSUMER
OCEAN
WATER
OMNIVORE
PRODUCER
DESERT
CARNIVORE
fOOD CHAIN
HABITAT
BIOTIC
ABIOTIC
PREDATOR
SCAVENGER
FOREST
BIOME
FOOD WEB
ECOSYSTEM
LAKE
PREY
POPULATION
HERBIVORE
SHELTER
BACTERIA

Adaptation Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Succession
Prey
Predator
Population
Omnivore
Carnivore
Herbivore
Niche
Migration
Habitat
Species
Biodiversity
Camouflage
Beak
Galapagos
FossilRecord
HMSBeagle
Finch
Fossil
ArtificialSelection
Variation
Extinction
Mutation
Adaptation
Darwin
NaturalSelection
Evolution