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The Cornell Lab of Ornithology: Macaulay Library contains an amazing biodiversity (sound/video)collection of recorded... see more

Challenge students to become ‘species experts’ for an endangered species and explore biogeography concepts using species... see more

Working in medical teams, students balance competing priorities for the conservation of an endangered species and devise... see more

In this online activity, learners design a new giant panda habitat for Mei Xiang and Tian Tian. Learners must balance the... see more

The issue-focused, peer-reviewed article demonstrates how ecotourism creates an impact on natural ecosystems but more... see more

iNaturalist.org is a place where you can record what you see in nature, meet other nature lovers, and learn about the... see more

In this outdoor activity and game, learners explore how animals adapt for survival through coloration, markings and... see more

During the Life has a History tour, individuals will learn how and why life has changed during Earth's history. The tour... see more

MOL: Map of Life is a free searchable map database for Biodiversity (55 Datasets, 971,132 Species, 366,953,945 records+).... see more

This is a great educational site for teachers and students. It provides information and lesson plans on biodiversity and... see more

Using information from the San Diego Zoo's website @www.sandiegozoo.org, the students will explore the site, guided, to... see more

This material is a collection of resources that explain many of the processes that drive biodiversity on earth. The... see more

The Webquest is geared towards upper-Elementary through middle school grades, however, it can be completed by students as... see more

Guess Zoo is a fun animal guessing game that can be used to introduce or support several lesson themes, for example... see more

Do you know what links a lion, an orca and a barn owl? Test your knowledge with ARKive’s Web of Wildlife and discover... see more

This is a free, online Afterschool Program for students to engage in all sorts of learning after school. It is published... see more

Students learn about why we classify species and the key characteristics of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish... see more

The Colorful Flags Program breaks down ethnic mistrust by teaching specific cultural facts and five basic human relations... see more

The issue-focused, peer-reviewed interview addresses how ecologists and economists increasingly work together to inform... see more

The issue-focused reprint explains how natural ecosystems produce services upon which we are dependent. For example,... see more

This network is dedicated to educating educators and students about the damaging effets of homophobia and heterosexism.... see more

Use this species identification key to identify some of the world’s most amazing sharks and rays.

This website is devooted to providing information on any species, including its seeds, eggs, spores, or other biological... see more

iSpot Nature is an excellent educational, social networking tool for students and anyone interested in exploring and... see more