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The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service wants to share both the fun and function of nature with you. The natural world has a lot to teach us, so explore the sections below and plant a seed in your brain.

  • For Kids

    image of the characters from the game Neighborhood Explorers

    Hey kids! If you're not quite ready to jump up and head out the door to enjoy nature, try some games and activities right on your computer that will get you ready to enjoy the outdoors.

    Want to learn about animals of the world or find out what a National Wildife Refuge is? Then this is the page for you.

    Discover Games and Activities
  • For Educators

    Image of students digging in the dirt on a schoolyard habitat project

    The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has a great interest in helping students connect with nature through the learning environment in which they are comfortable. We've worked cooperatively with educators to develop and package ready-to-use curricula and have developed programs, like Salmon in the Classroom, that can literally bring nature right to your students. Looking to enhance your school grounds? Then check out our Schoolyard Habitat program that can at once educate and enhance your school grounds.

    Learn more about how we can help bring nature to your school
  • Educational Media

    illustration of a Fender's blue butterfly from the USFWS book We Share One Place about endangered species in Oregon

    To help you share the knowledge of the natural world, we've put together a list of some of our favorite environmental education publications and videos.

    See the list of available media
Last Updated: June 13, 2014
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