Even if you don't see wildlife, someone might be hiding just beyond a tree branch. But how will you know?
Just like scientists, we can use our best observation skills to find clues of wildlife. Walk slowly, or choose a comfortable place to sit still. Make as little noise as possible and listen.
We learned in previous stops that primary consumers, like insects, are eaten by secondary consumers, like birds. One of the best adaptations to protect prey from predators is camouflage. Camouflage allows an organism to hide their location, identity, and movement. Predators might be camouflaged too, allowing them to sneak up on prey.