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Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, by
Tim Gruben, Luke Keelan,and Lucas Whittaker. The Bald Eagle. Bald Eagles are tertiary consumers. They live throughout North America, along coasts, and also along large rivers. They eat fish and waterfowl. The Bald Eagle has no predators They lay two or three eggs in massive nests on treetops and rock ledges. At one time the Bald Eagles were almost extinct because of hunting and pesticides. They were protected in 1940 and have since increased until they are no long endangered. Pollution is one of the reasons how the population is dieing off because of the pollution of the factories are polluting the fish that the Bald Eagle eats the it gets infected and the disease kills them Food web
producer First blue green algae
then that gets eaten
c2 is mayfly that gets eaten by the toad
c2 by the toad eats
c3 is the brook trout
c4 is the eagle
c5 is beaver
c6 duck eat most fish
c7 is turtle
c8 is a brown bear eats all
d1 is bacteria
d2 is worm These birds are amazing animals from the way they fly to the way they look The Map Of The Gap The Environmental Info The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area is 64.3 kilometers [4o miles] long it borders Pennsylvania and New Jersey, it winds between mountains and into rivers until it reaches the ocean, its attracted people all across the world with its beautiful scenery and natural resources it is in close relation with the other rivers in this world. Why? It has water and fish living in it. THE FLAME AZALEA The Sugar Maple The Sugar Maple is one of two trees in this ecosystem its role is to provide oxygen,sap,and wood to organisms, it is located in Southern Manitoba,Nova Scotia, North Carolina, and is also found in west and east Kansas, the only food sources it has are sunlight and water but lots of animals eat it including White Tailed Deer,Moose, Porcupines,Flying Squirrels,Red Squirrels,and Gray Squirrels. What this tree needs to survive are the nutrients from the soil,water,and sunlight. Humans need wood. How do they get it? By chopping down trees, trees that include the Sugar Maple and The Eastern Hemlock, that's why they are decreasing, and is also the human impact on their population. more facts about the Sugar Maple
The sugar maple (Acer saccharum) is a climax species of the northern deciduous forest, which stretches from Maine to Minnesota and then north into Canada. Not only does this large hardwood play a prominent role in the forest ecosystem of the region, but the stately tree can often be seen planted around churches, schools and homes as a tall and long-lived shade tree.

Read more: Information on the Sugar Maple Tree | eHow http://www.ehow.com/about_6576466_information-sugar-maple-tree.html#ixzz2VT7gOQGy MORE INFO Organisms of the ecosystem The organisms in this ecosystem are: Producers: Sugar Maple,Flame Azalea,Eastern Hemlock,Narrow leaf Cattail,and Blue Green Algae. Primary Consumers: Brook Trout,Channel Catfish,Mallard Duck,Mayfly,Snails,Earthworms,Fresh Water Mussel,and Bacteria. Organisms In The Ecosystem.
Continued..... Secondary Consumers: Slimy Salamander,American Toad,Common Map Turtle,Northern Water Shrew,and the American Beaver. Tertiary Consumers or higher: Bald Eagle,and the Great Blue Heron. THIS PREZI IS ONLY AUTHORIZED TO BE EDITED AND/OR SHOWN UNDER AUTHORIZATION FROM ITS CREATORS, THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!!!
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