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  • ARKive - a unique collection of thousands of videos, images and fact-files illustrating the world's species
  • AnimalSearch - A family-safe search engine for animal related web sites
  • wilderness.net - Home page for the Wilderness Information Network. Wilderness research, education materials, the latest wilderness news and lots more
  • The Wildlife Web - Wildlife of North-east Scotland. An interactive site with news pages, maps, what to see, photographs, how to see it, latest sightings, and tips for travelers. Also offers a low-cost guide service
  • Journey North - Study of Wildlife Migration - Journey North is a global study of wildlife migration and seasonal change. Journey North is an online science education project in which students track spring's journey across the northern hemisphere
  • The Gorilla Foundation - The Gorilla Foundation, home of Koko the gorilla famous for her sign language skills, is bringing interspecies communication to the public. Help save Koko and other endangered great apes
  • The Tiger Information Center - The Tiger Information Center web site provides information about tiger ecology and conservation to the public, scientific, and conservation communities in an effort to help preserve the remaining five subspecies of tigers through the sharing of knowledge and information
  • Wild Wilderness Homepage - The Recreation Fee Demonstration Program exists to promote commercialization, privatization and motorization of America's public lands
  • gomoose - Every thing you ever wanted to know about moose. White Mountains, New Hampshire, Viewing, Habitat, moose post cards, and more
  • Bear Country U.S.A. - Bear Country is a drive through wildlife park in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Our website has good information about North American Wildlife.
  • AnimalRights.Net - Animal rights advocates regularly mislead the public and misrepresent the facts about the use of animals. This web site debunks many of their claims, as well as links to other individuals and groups engaged in challenging animal rights activists
  • The Peregrine Fund - Non-profit conservation organization working to conserve birds of prey in nature. We are best known for our involvement in the recovery of the Peregrine Falcon
  • Backyard Wildlife Habitat - The National Wildlife Federation's Backyard Wildlife Habitat program can help you save a place for wildlife right in your own backyard and community, while opening your eyes to the natural world around you, to be nourished by its wonders
  • Animal Planet - Animal Planet's web site includes information on your favorite TV shows, animal cams, crocodile hunter, animal stories, pets and more
  • Living With Elephants - Living With Elephants (LWE) is a federally registered non-profit organization in Botswana which explores the relationship between the African Elephant and people, with an emphasis on research and educational programs aimed at reducing conflict between the two species
  • Jane Goodall's Wild Chimpanzees - Find out how Goodall got her start studying chimpanzees in the jungle of Tanzania's Gombe Stream National Park. Learn about how her groundbreaking research into chimp behavior is still inspiring scientists today. And for further information on Jane Goodall, chimpanzees, and Tanzania, don't miss our Resources section, featuring both Web sites and books
  • Brown Bear Resources - Daily updates on bears, wildlife education programs, adopting grizzly bears, protecting habitat. Brown Bear Resources is a non-profit grizzly bear conservation organization saving spring range and reducing wildlife mortalities. A wildlife gift store provides rustic and fine art gifts for home and cabin.
  • Wildlife and Wild Flowers - Award winning site on creating and maintaining your garden plot for wildlife conservation. Picture gallery, your wildlife pictures, fun and more
  • Bill's Wildlife Sites - An index of internet sites of interest to wildlife ecologists. Categories include: government, federal, state, non-profit, professional, university; endangered species, mammal, carnivore, marine mammal, bird, amphibian and reptile, wildlife newsgroups, and wildlife-related products such as telemetry equipment, binoculars, spotting scopes, software, books, art and photography
  • Earth Navigators - Follow the stories of animal migration. Discover why the urge to move is inbuilt into some animals; discover how some birds travel distances in the thousands of miles; how pests on the move can cause great damage to crops; and more. As always, this PBS support site has teacher guides and other helpful resources
  • Mountain Lions - Learn Mountain Lion behavior, characteristics, breeding, care for their young, diet, habitat, and many other interesting facts
  • Crocodilians - The Internet's longest-running crocodile resource: detailed information on all species, illustrated biology database, extensive images, video and sound, including a section on crocodile talk, extensive links page, and the most in-depth care manual
  • Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum - The Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum is a new world class facility of over 25,000 sq. ft. allowing visitors to experience over 200 species of wildlife throughout the world in their natural habitat
  • Mountain Goats - Encyclopedic write-up all about Mountain Goats with related links for your research needs
  • Cheetahs in a Hot Spot - Discover how cheetahs are built for speed; conservation efforts for these endangered animals; how they hunt and stalk; and many more resources about the animal
  • Cat Specialist Group Home - The Cat Specialist Group consists of the world's leading scientists and wildlife managers involved with the 36 species of wild cats in more than 50 countries