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Conservation & Research

Wildlife conservation decisions affect all of us. Sound research is important because it contributes to making wise decisions. Here you can learn about the lives of real people involved in ecological research and learn how you and your class can participate in exciting research projects.

Bat Conservation International

Learn all about bats, including bat facts, echolocation calls, and rabies and bats. Learn about how you can be come involved in protecting bats.

Monarch Watch

A research project of both the University of Kansas and the University of Minnesota. Find out how to involve your class in several ongoing projects that rely on student-scientist partnerships.

What Do Ecologists Do?

Get a glimpse into the life of six ecologists from diverse backgrounds. An excellent way to introduce students to careers available in ecology.

If you know of other great links for Conservation and Research, contact us at: info@projectwild.org.

 

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