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View Resource Evaluation of the Bird Conservation Area Concept in the Northern Tallgrass Prairie Annual Report: 01

This new resource on the management and conservation of grassland/prairie birds has been posted at the Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center site. This report "contains findings from the first year of a study to test the idea that Bird Conservation Areas can maintain populations of breeding grassland birds." It is available for download in .zip format.

View Resource Fermilab Life Science Data

Best known for research on high-energy physics, the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, or "Fermilab," hosts a surprising amount of data on flora and fauna. For example, bird lists (for the 6,800 acre Fermilab site) are posted regularly, with links to additional information on each of the 270 species seen on site. Located 40 miles west of Chicago, the Fermilab also records presence of insect...

View Resource The World's Biomes

The World's Biomes, provided by the University California Berkeley's Museum of Paleontology, is an introduction to the earth's ecological regions. Biomes are the world's ecological communities, distinguishable by their predominant vegetation and by the organisms that have adapted to that vegetation. This site provides an introduction to the environmental and ecological features typical of various...

View Resource NASA Earth Observatory Mission: Biomes

This fun, interactive website was designed by NASA's earth observatory to introduce students to the Earth's Biomes. A biome, as defined by the site, is "a community of plants and animals living together in a certain kind of climate." This website provides links to seven different biomes that students can learn about including coniferous forests, grasslands, and tundras. Each separate biome page...

View Resource Worldbiomes.com

Aquatic, desert, forest, grasslands, and tundra -- the latest colors in a trendy clothing catalog? Nope! These are five of Earth's major biomes, which are regions distinguished by their climate, fauna, and flora, presented at Worldbiomes.com. From the site's main page, users follow links to individual pages on each of the biomes. Each biome page briefly describes the biome, presents color...

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