Owl Research

Our Grade 4/5/6 class has been studying animal habitats and and are working on identifying what is important for animals to survive and live as well as how humans affect animals homes. We have started to focus on habitats close to home in Sokcho and how we, as a class can help the animals near us. This project focused on the owls living in our area of South Korea and how we can help to help these animals survive.
Each student picked an owl found in Korea and researched its habitat. They found out the animals food, its shelter, what it looks like and its population. We continued to look at how well these animals are surviving in South Korea and how we could help them keep their population.
To go with their write ups on the animals, each student made an owl using pinecones and leaves that we collected while exploring the owls habitats near the school.

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SIS Canada
British Columbia
Owl Habitat and pinecone craft

Funders and Sponsors

  • RBC Foundation
  • The Calgary Foundation
  • Kamp Kiwanis
  • Cenovus Energy
  • Alliance Pipeline
  • TD Friends of the Enivornment Foundation
  • Rife Resources Ltd