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SciStarter 2.0 is a place to find, join, and contribute to science through more than 1600 formal and informal projects... see more

This site contains a Web Searchable Catalog for Herbaria from the California Academy of Sciences and Stanford University.... see more

An online botanical resource, this digital library contains information for over 7,500 species in California. Users can... see more

An interactive map of 867 terrestrial ecoregions. Each region is described in detail along with the political regions in... see more

This online collection is maintained on the website of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Libraries. It contains... see more

By researching, scripting and presenting their own news bulletin students learn about species and conservation issues in... see more

The University of Pittsburgh is fortunate to own one of the rare, complete sets of John James Audubon’s Birds of America.... see more

Biologists and the National Parks Service have monitored the habits and behaviors of the grizzly bears that come to... see more

This video explores how dead animals become preserved and the conditions necessary for that to happen.

This collection provides an overview of what is meant by the term ‘biodiversity,’ and how we measure it. The collection... see more

CitizenScience.gov (USA) is an official government website designed to accelerate the use of crowdsourcing and Citizen... see more

In the deepest, darkest parts of the oceans are ecosystems with more diversity than a tropical rainforest. Taking us on a... see more

This website gives information about how diamonds are formed, how diamonds are found and how old diamonds are. This link... see more

These are past video clips. Produced by the Biodiversity Research Institute in Maine, USA. They have archived several... see more

The material is accessible after a free registration. This lesson contains 3D models. Some of them are available after a... see more

A description of echinoderm biology and natural history of Australian echinoderms including sea urchins, star fish (sea... see more

This website is packed with quality information. It’s format is fairly plain, but easily navigated. Provides an immense... see more

Our knowledge of the many life-forms on Earth - of animals, plants, fungi, protists and bacteria - is scattered around... see more

A site describing ethnobotany and providing a possible classroom exercise. The site describes various plants and their... see more

'Discover the beauty of North American wildlife in the official app for the Hall of North American Mammals at the... see more

Conservation International's blog - regular articles written for anyone interested in conservation biology and... see more

Whether introduced accidentally or on purpose, invasive species can cause harm to native plants and animals by... see more

This is a companion web site to a Public Broadcasting System Nova documentary on sharks filmed around Cocos Island. It... see more

Bringing you a world of inspiring and thought-provoking stories, Maptia is a collaborative project with photographers,... see more