Wildlife and Conservation Websites

Network with nature, connecting to conservationists around the world via our library of links.

Nature's Values Map

Nature’s Values

July 4, 2012

The Nature’s Values map features innovative projects from around the world and emphasizes the values of nature in every aspect of human life. This new map will serve as an interactive information resource for everyone interested in or involved with conservation. The map allows you to investigate each featured project according to your level of […]

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Junior Conservationist's

Junior Conservationist’s

May 13, 2012

Using the wonder our children have for the world around them – we can foster a deep and growing appreciation of nature. From this understanding a wealth of wonderful media has evolved – engaging children to be environmentally aware, through fun and interactive ways. A Children’s Book With An Environmental Message! ‘The Little Wave – […]

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Curators for Conservation

Curators for Conservation

May 11, 2012

Current Affairs with a Cool Interface A connected world has obvious ‘positive advantages’ but when the influx of news is unfiltered (too much, same format) ultimately our passion for a cause diminishes and messages have less meaning. Departing from mainstream media here are some curative websites for sourcing current news and educational resources relating to […]

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Project Noah

Mother Nature’s Pulse

March 14, 2012

Ever spotted a curious creature in your backyard you couldn’t id or encounter a fungus on a stroll through the woods and want to know if it is poisonous or not? Collaborating as part of a community-based archive ‘Project Noah’ represents the latest avenue for innovative educational resources that facilitate species identification and research. Prompting […]

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Support Stewardship

Support Stewardship

March 10, 2012

National Geographic has long inspired the hearts and minds of people around the word to endeavour in acts of conservation, exploration and education. Be inspired by ‘earth stewards’ and their global initiatives. With your support, National Geographic is able to fund a diverse collective of research, conservation and outreach projects that help preserve the planets […]

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Tundra Connections

Tundra Connections

September 19, 2011

Take a look at life for a Polar bear through the video messages of scientists in the field. Join Polar Bears International educational series ‘Tundra Connections’ to learn about wildlife first hand via LIVE, free broadcasts from the tundra during the annual polar bear migration in Churchill. Watch exclusive webcasts where you can meet and […]

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