**Remember to also check the websites listed under "Animals in General" for more on Endangered Animals**
Animals Fact Guide:Animal Fact Guide houses information about interesting and endangered animals around the world.
Each article features an animal's physical characteristics,
habitat (with a distribution map), diet, breeding patterns, unique
traits and behavior, and when applicable, conservation and tips on what
you can do to help.Especies Animal Fact Sheet- Kids' Planet: Electronic fact sheets on over 50 endangered species worldwide. Sea Word: Animal Bytes: -general: Sea World/Bush Gardens- provides a collection of quick facts and information about various endangered animals.
AMNH- Expedition: Endangered Animals. Using the side-bar on the left explorers can learn about various endangered animals and habitats.
Animals and Their Habitats: Use the down-loadable sheet to explore animals and their habitats or browse the resources provided and search other websites.
Fact Monster (Endangered Animals Habitats): Fact Monster is a search engine which gathers information from Almanacs, Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, and Atlases. A list of articles is presented when searching for Endangered Animals and Endangered Animal Habitats.
Fact Monster-Habitats: Fact Monster is a search engine which gathers information from Almanacs, Encyclopedias, Dictionaries, and Atlases. The search for Habitats reveals a list of information that discusses the types of habitats that can be found around the world.
IPL Kidspace (Endangered Animals): IPL Kidspace is a search engine for students. The search for Endangered Animals provides a list of websites for more exploration.
Endangered Species Home Page- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services: This site is filled with facts about various endangered species.
Wildlife-National Wildlife Federation:
This site invites you to explore nine different endangered or
threatened animals: the American bald eagle, the polar bear, the
buffalo, the gray wolf, the pronghorn, the Canada lynx, the whooping
crane, the Florida panther, and the grizzly bear. Learn about efforts
being made to help in their recovery.
Watch List- Audubon: Birds and Science:
"The big idea behind the WatchList is prevention. By taking action now,
we can prevent these at-risk birds from becoming threatened or
endangered birds on the brink of extinction."Animal
Info (http://www.animalinfo.org) A searchable index for the
Bagheera: A Website for
animal images and graphics, along with endangered species info.
Defenders of Wildlife (http://www.defenders.org)
organization is dedicated to the protection of native wild animals and
plants. They advocate new approaches to wildlife conservation that will
keep species from becoming endangered.
Endangered Species (http://eelink.net/EndSpp/)
Species lists, laws,
organizations, and much more -- excellent!
This site by the American
Museum of Natural History lets you take an expedition through the world
of endangered species.
Species Project North America (http://www.endangeredspecies.org/)
Photographs of endangered
National Wildlife Federation (http://www.nwf.org)
Redlist (http://www.redlist.org) The IUCN Redlist of
Endangered Species, that includes statistics and references.
Contains links to the U.S. Endangered Species Act, habitat conservation
plans, and fact sheets on animal life cycles and migration patterns.
Lists and information from
The Wild Ones (TWO)
network of children, teachers, and conservation professionals in 25
countries that provides students with opportunities for cooperative
science activities. Contains an index of articles that describe the
habits and habitats of various species and the threats to their
survival. Includes e-mail links to conservation biologists.
The World Wildlife Fund
breaking news, look at featured sites, or read the list of endangered
Specific Endangered Animals:
Kids Click- Pandas: Kids Click is a search engine for students. The search for Pandas provides a list of websites for more exploration.