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Wildlife Habitat

The concept of habitat, the importance it plays in wildlife conservation, and the issues revolving around it are key components of the Project WILD activity guides. The following links provide additional information about habitats and specific projects you can undertake with your class to help.

EPA Environmental Education Center

This site has links to curriculum resource activities, community service projects, and lots more.

Schoolyard Habitat

The National Wildlife Federations' Schoolyard Habitat program is an excellent resource for learning more about how you can create a functional ecosystem on your school grounds. Help your schoolyard become a habitat for wildlife and an outdoor teaching site.

If you know of other great links on Wildlife Habitat, contact us at: info@projectwild.org.

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