Think of it as a home!
How is this tree different from your own home?
How is it similar to your home? (hint: where would you like to go on a super-hot day?)
What lives in your tree?
Circle which of these your tree has!
Birds sheltering in it during the day time
Evidence that birds also roost in the tree overnight e.g. a bird’s hollow or nest
Vertebrates in the tree branches e.g. possum, koala, quoll or sugar glider
A wombat burrow at the base of the trunk
Circle which of these invertebrates make this tree a home? Remember these are small and can hide between layers of bark, under leaves or in the soil at the base of the tree. Be sure to take a very close look - try using a magnifying glass.
Spiders or spider webs
Beetles, butterflies or moths
Cocoons or chrysalises of insects
Crawling insects such as centipedes
Eggs laid by insects
your picture with the class, your school and your parents. Then, keep your picture in a safe place for use in a later activity.