Nature study basics, with an emphasis on backyard plants and animals. Includes a section on naming and classification, list making, and "why bother with nature?"
U.S. Bureau of Land Management educational resources and classroom materials on natural resources management, including wildlife, ecosystems, invasive species, and other topics.
Aims to improve and inspire science education and conservation efforts worldwide through field based student-scientist partnerships.
Ecology research projects for high school students and teachers designed by Cornell and Penn State University.
Fully accredited college program affiliated with Marlboro College. Its focus is on ecology and environmental issues. Offers a program overview, academics, campus life, admissions, stories, news, alumni information, and jobs.
Written by naturalist Diane Tucker, the site discusses natural history with Hill-Stead Museum's 152 acre estate as the backdrop.
Rob Day's personal page includes documents, publications, and papers related to aquaria, artificial ecosystems and microcosm management, with particular reference to ecological education.
Field Courses in Rainforest and Marine Ecology, held in South America, Central America, Canada and Australia.
A peer reviewed publication of ecological educational materials by the Ecological Society of America.
Study aids, web activities, living graphs, and additional material related to the book The Economy of Nature, Fifth Edition, by Robert E.Ricklefs.
A collection of open-access, peer reviewed ecology articles that target high school and college students and are written at three levels of complexity – basic, intermediate and advanced.
Environmental education programs in central New York using local wildlife to teach about conservation.
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