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RoadKill Web SiteHere are some web sites we have found that may be of interest to you in your studies of animals. Each has been listed with a brief description so that you will have some information before traveling there.

Perhaps you have some favorite sites that you would like to share with us? Please go to our web link submission form to make a suggestion. Once we receive it we will check out the site and post it here so that others can also visit. Thanks!


N.H. Fish & Wildlife - As the guardian of the state's fish, wildlife, and marine resources, the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department works in partnership with the public to:

  • Conserve, manage and protect these resources and their habitats;
  • Inform and educate the public about these resources;
  • Provide the public with opportunities to use and appreciate these resources. - This vast site includes information on mammals, birds, reptiles, butterflies and much more. Will answer questions, give location of animals if you plug in your zipcode

Missouri Department of Conservation - This site is one of the best resources for finding information on birds, plants, insects and animals of the region. A great project resource.

The Wildlife Conservation Society - Explore this site to save wildlife and wild lands throughout the world. Keep current with what is happening in the latest conservation news and don't forget to look at the video and photo gallery of the many animals that are featured in the New York zoos.

Animal Tracking - This site has plenty of information on many types on animals and their tracks. A fantastic resource lists tracking adventure stories and offers a tracking glossary.

Canadian Wildlife Service - The Hinterland Who's Who - This site has many fact sheets that describe the appearance, life history, and habits of Canadian birds or mammals. There is also discussion areas of wildlife-related topics such as bird feeding or endangered species.

Skunks and Opossums - This site offers information about these two animals that may not be found in books. There is lots of information for all and you can even download a quicktime movie of a skunk spraying.

Desert Animals and Wildlife - contains images, stories, movie and audio clips, virtual reality tours and hard data about, virtually any desert-related topic: plants, animals, geology, cultural and natural history, recreation, parks, cities, travel and people. A great site for exploring the various types of wildlife located in the Arizona and California deserts.

GeoZoo - Explore the living planet's birds and mammals.

Rabies - This site has an incredible amount of information on rabies which is designed for kids.

Rabies: Professional Resources - This site is more detailed and gives a great background for teachers.

National Geographic - This is a great interactive web site for kids. Amazing facts, creature features and has sections of science activities and games. Real audio is a necessary download if you want to listen to the animals they feature.

Kbears - This site offers pictures and information of over 130 animals. A very interactive site for elementary children.

Georgia Wildlife Web- The purpose of this web site is to provide information concerning the common species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians found in the State of Georgia. Each species has a home page which contains a description of the animal and information about the animal's biology, natural history, distribution, and conservation status.

Mammal Guide to Colorado - A Guide to the Mammals of Colorado by David M. Armstrong, Director University of Colorado Museum, Boulder, CO. Published by: Colorado Outdoors Magazine,Êa product of the Colorado Division of Wildlife 1993.

Mammals - The British Mammal Society has many fact sheets on mammals along with many activities: puzzles, slide shows, and tests.

Skulls Unlimited - A great site to seek information about obtaining skulls of many mammals throughout the world. Lots of information and pictures make this a great link for the roadkill project.




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