Wild Animal Links
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The Illinois Ornithological Society
Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology
American Birding Association
The Virtual Birder
The Internet Magazine For Birders
Includes "On Location" interact bird identification game.
North American Breeding Bird Survey
The Nutty Birdwatcher
The site is unique in that it offers identification of birds by color, what trees birds are attracted to and what they use from the trees (seeds, nesting, etc.), Spring and Fall migration timetable, taxonomic order that can be understood by all, glossary of bird identification field marks, pictures and profiles of birds, and bird classifications/families, Genus and Species names.
Bird Checklists of the United States
North American Bluebird Society
The Hawk Migration Association of North America
The Penguin Page
With links to big cat sites.
On-Line videos of endangered animals.
U of Mich, Museum of Zoology
Animal Diversity Web
Internet Resource Guide for Zoology
Essential to visit on February 2
The Lindsay Wildlife Museum Wildlife Hospital
Bat Conservation International
Environmental Organization WebDirectory - Wildlife
More Wildlife links than you can shake a stick at!
Heyne Prairie Wildflower Homepage
Great resource for learning about our dwindling prairies.
Hoary puccoon courtesy of Bruce Heyne.
The Wild Rockies Organization
Code of Forest Ethics
Petition to stop delisting of Grey Wolf
Mega list of Environmental Groups
compiled by Nat'l Audubon Society
World Animal Net
The largest ever collection of animal protection contacts.
Wildlife Conservation Society
In association with the Bronx zoo.
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