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View Resource The Natural History Museum in London: Butterflies and Moths of the World

An excellent resource for entomologists, this Butterflies and Moths of the World website was created by Brian Pitkin and Paul Jenkins of the Natural History Museum in London (NHM). The site was designed "to compile a comprehensive interactive catalogue of all the published genus-group names of Lepidoptera from Linnaeus, 1758, up to the present, and to provide full-colour images of representatives...

View Resource Butterflies and Moths of North America

Drawing on the expertise of lepidopterists and other such experts at Montana State University's Big Sky Institute and the National Biological Information Infrastructure program, this site is a database that provides easy-to-use information about over 2800 species of butterflies and moths. On the site, visitors will find dynamic distribution maps showing verified species occurrences, photographs...

View Resource Miracle of Winged Migration

This site, from the Why Files contains brief sections on various aspects of bird migration such as navigation, flight strategies, raptor migration, and declining numbers of migrating songbirds. This site also links to information about monarch migration and the effects of global warming on migration of birds and butterflies alike.

View Resource Clouds

Created by Carl Wozniak, Clouds attempts to make the study of clouds and the processes of cloud formation more accessible for elementary and early secondary classroom study. The site accomplishes this by breaking information down into five sections, complemented by both descriptive text and relevant pictures. Pictures and graphics are perhaps the most classroom-friendly section of the site, as...

View Resource Insects.org

Billed as a site dedicated to "studying earth's most diverse organisms", Insects.org brings together amazing insect macrophotography with useful classroom resources and articles on how insects interact with humans. On the homepage, visitors can start their journey through the site by reading some of the insect profiles, "Entophiles," which include photographs and detailed descriptions. Moving on,...

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