Canada’s Species at Risk Public Registry
This site is designed to help you better understand Canada’s approach to protecting and recovering species at risk, learn about species at risk and what’s being done to help them, and get involved in decision making and recovery activities.
Kawartha Turtle Trauma Center
Seven of the eight turtle species in Ontario are classified as “at risk.” Most turtle populations are declining. The Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre helps save Ontario’s native turtles and invites others to help as well.
Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources
On this site you’ll find lots of information on species-at-risk including a link to Ontario’s official species at risk list.
Friends of Murphys Point Park
The Friends of Murphys Point Park work to enhance the natural heritage education program at Murphys Point Provincial Park. Check this site to learn about their many educational projects, such as Super Kids In Parks, Archaeo Apprentice, and ongoing Gray Ratsnake monitoring and interpretation.
Polar Bears International
Polar Bears International is a non-profit organization dedicated to the worldwide conservation of the polar bear and its habitat through research and education. Their site offers a wealth of information on polar bears and climate change. Teachers and students this is a good site for you.
The Toronto Zoo is a dynamic and exciting action centre that inspires people to love, respect and protect wildlife and wild spaces. This site features fact sheets on many of the zoo’s most popular animals.
EcoSuperior Environmental Programs
Study Our Streams program allows students to experience ‘hands-on’ the wonders of life in streams and rivers. Students learn about the strange adaptations of many creatures to their watery world as well as the importance of stream ecosystems and ultimately stream protection. All of these experiences happen without leaving the classroom!