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View Resource Wilderness Awareness School

The Wilderness Awareness School is located in Washington, but offers courses in other regions as well. Here, visitors can sign up for the School's newsletter, The FoxDen, and the free NatureSkills Journal. Users may also try the School's free seven-day course, NatureWalk. The site contains sections for both adults and children/young adults. The "Nature Skills" section of the site provides...

View Resource The Mannahatta Project

Amongst old time residents of the island on Manhattan, talk can turn to what the Lower East Side used to be like 20, 10, or even 5 years ago. Some like to bemoan the gentrification of Harlem and others recall the "bad old days" in Hell's Kitchen. The folks at the Wildlife Conservation Society are interested in the long view, and they'd like to find out what Manhattan (or Mannahatta as it was...

View Resource Nature Conservancy

This website hosts a wealth of information concerning the environment, on-going conservation and restoration efforts, and opportunities for everyone to lend a hand. Fun features include online quizzes, videos, and e-cards. Also includes over 1,000 downloadable press releases, the history of the Nature Conservancy, and the "Save of the Week," a page devoted to a successful conservation story (past...

View Resource World Wildlife Federation

A comprehensive website concerning wildlife issues all over the planet. Available in over a dozen languages, site features an abundance of information including habitat conservation science, endangered species, exotic places, aquaculture, climate change, advocacy, and much more. Also includes information on getting involved, specifically, volunteer and donation opportunities, consumer action, and...

View Resource Field Trip Earth

Going around the world can be nigh impossible for many students and teachers, fortunately, Field Trip Earth offers a fine experience that will allow various groups of people access into the lives of different animal species around the world. With the participation of places like the North Carolina Zoological Park, visitors can learn about the lives of Eastern Box turtles, red wolves, and the...

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