Habitat Quiz – Who Is Home?

Habitat Quiz – Who Is Home?

There are many parks and nature reserves that you can explore, but did you know they are home to many Australian animals that rely on these reserves for food, shelter and safety? They hide away in hollows, burrows and on fallen timber, so we may not always see them.

Lets have a look at all the different places you may find at a nature reserve or park that could be holding an amazing animal!

Fallen Log Found At The Fred Caterson Reserve (Castle Hill)
Tree found at the Fred Caterson Reserve (Castle Hill)
Cattai Creek Found at the Fred Caterson Reserve (Castle Hill)

Hollow found at North Rocks Wildlife Sanctuary
Hollow found at North Rocks Wildlife Sanctuary
Hollow in fallen log found at Fred Caterson Reserve (Castle Hill)

Now Its Your Turn!

Test Your Skills By Downloading The Worksheet And Using It To Match Native Animal’s With Their Home!

Worksheet – Habitat Quiz

Otherwise, Try And Guess Who Is Home In These Following Images…

Image 1:

This is a HUGE hollow found right in the middle of this tree. What animals would love to call this hollow home?

Image 2:

This tree has a lot of loose bark that would provide shelter for smaller creatures, what do you think they could be?

Image 3:

Here is a fallen tree that has quite a deep hollow! What animals would crawl up in here for safety and warmth?

Let Us Know Your Answers!

Comment below what animals you think could reside in these hollows and trees. There could be more then one answer!

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