- Endangered and Threatened Species of Alaska Activity Guide
This guide presents curriculum materials focused on selected Alaska
species that are threatened, endangered, or at risk. Learn about
wildlife population dynamics, the factors that may place species
at risk, and efforts by people to help wildlife species recover.
- Role of Fire in Alaska
Interdisciplinary K-12 curriculum about the ecological role of fire
in Alaska and fire management activities.
- Cyber Salmon
An interdisciplinary web site with student activities, focusing
on the salmon species common to Interior Alaska. I demonstrates
the importance of salmon to Alaska's economy, ecology, and culture.
- Learn About Seabirds (pdf)
About 86 percent of the total U.S. population of seabirds occur in Alaska. The "Learn About Seabirds" curricula is for grades 4-6 and is designed to teach students about Alaska's seabird populations, their worldwide significance, and the impacts seabirds are vulnerable to.
Ducks of Alaska
This hands-on activity guide for grades 4-6 offers activities that
explore the unique adaptations of sea ducks and their role in the
marine and fresh water food webs.
- Shorebird Sister Schools
The Shorebird Sister Schools Program encourages public participation
in the conservation of shorebirds and their habitats by connecting
people along flyways and increasing their awareness and knowledge
of local natural resources to inspire community conservation.
- Alaska Digital
Wildlife Photography Handbook
This 10-page handbook is written for students 4-12th grade. It contains
great tips about digital photography as well as wildlife photography.
Last updated: January 16, 2014
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