Conservation Partnerships - Education
For Educators and Students

Online Resources for Science, Wildlife, Plants, and Community Involvement

Untamed Science
Why Learn Science?
The Tree of Life Project

BirdSleuth - Bring science to life through inquiry!
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology

BioBlitz! - Connect Students with Citizen Science and Community Geography
What Is a BioBlitz?
BioBlitz Education

PollinatorLIVE - A Distance Learning Adventure

Oil Spill - Education Resources
Scientist Answers Kids' Questions on Gulf Oil Spill

Invasive Species
Noxious Weed Coloring Book
Understanding Invasive Aquatic Weeds Activity Book

Wilderness and Land Ethic Curriculum
Arthur Carhart National Wilderness Training Center

Web Resources for Environmental Education
A list compiled by the USFWS, National Conservation Training Center’s Division of Education Outreach

The Great Backyard Bird Count

Field Guide to Tracks and Tracking

Animal Photos: Berkeley Digital Library Project

Celebrating Wildflowers Northwest Coloring Book

eNature Online Field Guides

Angiosperms (Flowering Plants)
The Life Cycle of a Flower

The Great Plant Escape - Teacher's Guide

Patuxent Bird Identification Info Center

Nature, Conservation, and Ecology Web Links for Educators

Animal Printouts

EPA's Environmental Education Center

BioKids: Kids' Inquiry of Diverse Species

Images: Hummingbirds, Butterflies, Flowers, and Bugs

What Is a Watershed, Science in Your Watershed (USGS)
Surf Your Watershed (EPA)
Environmental Inquiry: Authentic Scientific Research for High School Students (Cornell University)
Watershed Pollution Prevention (Community for a Clean Watershed)

Crows GBH WV Coyotes Heron Swifts



We Share One Place: Oregon's Endangered Species:
(Downloadable curriculum)

Salmon Watch Curriculum

Education Trunks

Student's Guide to
Climate Change

Freshwater Mussel Activity Book and Learning Resource

For Kids


Puzzles, Games, Activities

Children's Privacy Policy

For Families

Why Take Your Kids Outside?
Helping Families Connect with Nature

For Schools

Schoolyard Habitats
and Outdoor