wetlands

marsh

A marsh is a wetland that is dominated by herbaceous (herbaceous means non woody plant) rather than a woody plant. Marshes can be found at the edges of lakes and streams where they form a transition between the water habitat to a land habitat. When it goes to the the land habitat there right on the sower.


bog

A bog island is higher than it’s surrounding landscape where gets most of its water from snowfall and rainfall.


fen

A fen is a type of wetland that has ground water or mineral rich surface. water usually is low land partly covered with water stemmed plants rather than a woody type plant.

3 non living things in a wetland

3 non living things in a wetland: a branch someone took of a tree, a rock and water.

things that live in wetlands under water

things that live in wetlands under water frogs, dragonflies, mosquitoes,

a wetland is

wetland is a body of water. Around it has cattails, trees, alg and grass. It also has bugs in the water and on the water there is Canadian geese


animals out of the water by wetlands

There is moose, deere's, salamanders,foxes,snakes,raccoons,owl and egls around the wetland.

things around wetlands

There is moose, deer's, salamanders,foxes,snakes,raccoons,owl and egls around the wetland.

ways human actions can threaten wetland

protect wetlands from garbage or reking them by killing the animals

plants and animal adaptations

animal and plant adaptations help organisms survive in their ecological niche or habitat adaptation can be anatomical behavioural or physiological. Anatomical adaptations are physical features such as an animals shape.

ways human actions can treat wetlands

ways human actions can threaten wetland ecosystems destroying them by removing them and killing the animals and ripping the branches of trees.ways we can preserve and enhance wetlands protect them