Biology Weblinks


Aquatic Ecology: http://www2.netdoor.com/~pinky/aquatic.htm Good resource site for students. Links to aquatic insects, birds, plants, algae, general biology, herpetology, and aquatic systems. Put together by a women with a masters in aquatic ecology in the southeast U.S.

Bagheera: A Web Site for Endangered Species: http://www.bagheera.com/ This interactive web site teaches students about endangered species.

Center for Biological Diversity: http://www.sw-center.org/ This web site seeks to protect and restore natural ecosystems and imperiled species through science, education, policy and environmental law.

Environmental Concern Inc: Wetlands Restoration & Education Another good site for links to wetland information

Environmental Education Link - Endangered Species Page: http://eelink.net/EndSpp/ This web site has all pertinent information regarding endangered species and pertinent laws and science. Interactive exercises, maps and databases offer material in multiple ways.

EPA Wetlands Division: http://www.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/text.html EPA information on wetlands.

Idaho Conservation Data Center: http://www2.state.id.us/fishgame/info/cdc/cdc.htm An excellent resource for state conservation data maintained by the Idaho Fish and Game Department. The Idaho Conservation Data Center (CDC) is the central repository for information related to the state's rare plant and animal populations.

INFORAIN: http://www.inforain.org/ InfoRain is the Bioregional information system for the North American rainforest coast. This web site provides user-friendly and useful information and data at the bioregion, watershed and community levels.

North American Butterfly Association: http://www.naba.org/ The North American Butterfly Association hosts the annual "Fourth of July Butterfly Count" and welcomes participants throughout the country.  This site provides basic information on the Count, on butterflies in general, and also provides links to additional sites on butterflies.

SRP birds of Prey BLM web site: http://www.birdsofprey.blm.gov/ A great site to learn about birds of prey on the Snake River Plain and conservation efforts.

USGS Biological Resources Features: http://www.nbs.gov/features/ Information and archives including: A Photo Gallery, Kid's Corner, Education, Special Interest Stories, and Wild Wings North.

USGS Biological Resources Idaho Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit: http://www.cnrhome.uidaho.edu/coop/

USGS National Wetlands Research Center: National Wetlands Research Center Home Page

USGS Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center's "Butterflies of North America": http://www.butterfliesandmoths.org This site contains state distribution maps of butterfly species, species checklists and photo thumbnails (useful for identification of species) as well as other general information on butterflies.

Wetlands site by U.S. Fish and Wildlife: http://www.fws.gov/nwi/

Wetland Links: http://www.epa.gov/owow/wetlands/ US. Environmental Protection Agency wetlands information.

Zoological Record: http://www.biosis.org./ Web site maintained by BIOSIS and the Zoological Society of London. Detailed information about animals can be searched via subject, group, systematics and more. 

Learn about the Wolf Reintroductions: http://www.forwolves.org/ralph