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Meaghan Brown Great Falls Discovery Center 1. a. I. The Estuarine habitat is made up of the estuary, beaches, salt marshes, and the mouth of the river. The benefits to us are the recreation and tourism, shellfish harvesting, sport and commercial fishing, and wildlife habitat. II. The Upland habitat is made up of sand plains, grasslands, and oak-hickory forests. The sand plains are often used for airports and industrial parks. Some of the benefits are forest products, passive recreation, recreation, development, and wildlife habitat. Millions of people live in this habitat and it is developed into cities and suburbs. It has now become small isolated pastures that can’t support full spectrums of wildlife. III. The North Woods habitat is made up of northern hardwood forests, spruce-fir forests and bogs. Some of its benefits are maple sugar and other forest products, recreation, tourism and fall foliage, and wildlife habitat. Wildlife managers make sure that there are enough animals for recreation and to keep the habitat full, but not too many because some of the animals can get out of control. For example, moose are dangerous to motorists, and deer eat crops and damage native forest vegetation, and beavers create road floods because of their dams. b.
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