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|Canadian Museum of Nature|
Includes a calendar, information about the museum and exhibits, a section for educators, drawings and notes on hundreds of animals, and research links. Available in English and French.
|Canadian Nature Federation, The|
Offers information about programs and causes, provides a wealth of information about the environment and the animals and plants of nature, and includes publications, photographs, and learning workshops.
A searchable nature database, including on-line field guides for thousands of plants and animals. Keep a personalized record of wildlife sightings or learn to create a backyard wildlife habitat.
|Nature Conservancy, The|
Organization focused on protecting the habitat of plants and animals. Features abstracts and links to publications, e-cards, slide shows, videos, quizzes, tour journals, newsletter, press releases, merchandise, and magazine subscription.
|American Field Guide|
A database of video clips covering animals, ecosystems, human history, livelihoods, earth and space, plants, public policy, and recreation.
|ARKive: Images of Life on Earth|
Contains images, sound files, and video clips for animal and plant species threatened with extinction.
|Forces of Nature|
Information regarding earth science, geology, fifteen common natural disasters, unusual phenomena, their impact, effects, and causes. In English and Spanish.
Source for conservation, distribution, and taxonomic information on bird and mammal species in Latin American and Caribbean countries. Available in English and Portuguese.
|National Park Service: Nature and Science|
Provides information on air, water, biology, geology, and social science as related to nature. Publications include articles, brochures, and fact sheets.
Foragers share photographs and notes of poisonous, medicinal, edible, and mixed plants; birds, animals, fungi, moose, scenes, sunsets, and winter. Offer for sale foraged and homemade products.
Includes checklists of animals with common and scientific names, animal photos, news of upcoming wildlife events and wildlife, wildflower, and archeological sightings, trips, festivals.
Explores the preservation, appreciation, and creative use of sounds from nature. Includes descriptions of technologies and programs, newsletter, Q&A, resources, and links.
Searchable databases of nature-related topics. Includes news, science updates, events, journals, publication highlights, and jobs. Paid subscriptions available for increased content.
Provides conservation status, taxonomic and distribution information on plants, animals, and ecological communities of the United States and Canada.
|Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum|
Includes information on programs and virtual tour of the museum, articles, photographs, resources, and learning activities related to natural science.
Project attempting to index all the world's known species. Search by common name or scientific name.
Covers polar and mountainous regions, savanna and grasslands, tropical rainforest, and woodland areas. Learn about their features and why resident animals with common characteristics inhabit those wild habitats.
|Field Guide To The San Gabriel Mountains: Natural History|
Includes information and links on plant and animal life (mammal, reptile, amphibian, and butterfly), weather, maps, and roads.
|Nature of New England|
Displays photographs, links, and information about many kinds of birds, butterflies, and mammals. Includes pictures of dinosaurs, a nature journal; and links to books, bird and garden supplies, and outdoor gear.
Includes forums on birdwatching, raptors, natural photography, animals, reptiles, and amphibians and sustaining their environment. Also features Audubon watercolors of North American birds and a journal.
Offers countryside and nature articles, outdoor games and activities, links, and "Ranger's Award" for best nature Web sites.
|NetFuture: Technology and Human Responsibility|
Offers archives dating back to 1995 of newsletters about qualitative natural science. Free subscription available.
Facts about rainforests, their plants and animals as well as information about rainforest destruction and how we could and why we should save the forests.
Explores how different animals move through the air. Includes information on types of aerial locomotion, evolutionary theory, the origin and evolution of flight in pterosaurs, birds, and bats.
|WWF Canon Photo Gallery|
Photos from exotic places, organized into categories of People and Nature, Birds, Pandas, Endangered Seas, Tigers, Gorillas; accompanied by a caption containing information about the animals.