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View Resource American Cetacean Society

Dedicated to whale conservation, this site offers an abundance of information on whale watching expeditions, adoption programs, selected articles from their newsletter, and fact sheets on a number of marine mammals. Education materials include curriculum resources, species factpacks, conservation and research reports, and much more. Curriculum information is free, but does require users to...

View Resource BioKIDS Critter Catalog

This database provides information about many common animals found in southeast Michigan. Students can search by category (birds, mammals, amphibians, etc.) and access photos, specimens, sounds, and taxonomic classifications for each group. Each category page features links to animals belonging to that group. The taxonomic classifications are interactive and feature links to descriptions of each...

View Resource Earthwatch Institute International

Earthwatch offers its members the opportunity to work with field scientists in nine areas of sponsored research all over the world: Archaeology, Biodiversity, Conservation Research Initiatives, Cultural Diversity, Endangered Ecosystems, Global Change, Ocean, SCUBA/snorkel, and World Health. Program directed at teachers, but students welcome. Educator, scientist, and student grants and donation...

View Resource Jaques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve's Education Resources for K-12 Educators

This site from the Jacques Cousteau National Estuarine Research Reserve includes information for K-12 educator professional development, teacher workshops, habitat workshops, and online lessons and lesson plans. Site also includes information on the Mid-Atlantic Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence (COSEE).

View Resource EcoTeach

Ecotourism company that provides learning expeditions that focus on the culture and natural ecology of Costa Rica for teachers and their students (with 10 students, teachers go free), or teacher-only study tours for university credit. Site features news articles, staff profiles, and links to additional external resources. Also includes several teacher guides to the area, its culture, and its...

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