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View Resource Alaska Fish and Game

This Alaska Department of Fish and Game site includes information on fisheries, wildlife, publications, news & issues, highlights, licenses & permits, regulations, and of interest sections. There...
View Resource Natural Resources Conservation Service: Wildlife Biology

This USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service site provides detailed information on their programs designed to improve wildlife habitat. These areas include: the wetlands reserve program, the...
View Resource The Endangered Species Program

This U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service site contains a comprehensive list of topics related to endangered species. There are endangered species lists / information along with links to laws, policies,...
View Resource Kid's Planet ESpecies Fact Sheets

This Kid's Planet site provides links to electronic fact sheets for over 50 different species of endangered wildlife in every continent of the world. These links are sorted by continent and are easy...
View Resource Applied Biodiversity Sciences Perspectives Series: Advancing Conservation with Innovative Ideas from the Future Generation

The Applied Biodiversity Sciences (ABS) Perspectives is a collection of essays and research papers written by graduate students involved in the NSF-IGERT Applied Biodiversity Sciences program through...
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