Wildlife Resources and LinksAnimal Jam from National Geographic is the premier online playground for kids who love animals and the outdoors.
At Animal Jam, players create and customize their own animal characters and dens, socialize, play games, complete educational quests, and feed their curiosity about animals. See Animal Jam Info for more.
The African Wildlife Foundation is an international conservation organisation focused on ensuring the future of Africa's unique wildlife and wild habitats.
It has compiled detailed wildlife information about a variety of African species, published under the title: "Wild Lives Guidebook". The corresponding section of their web site is based on "Wild Lives" and provides detailed wildlife information.
The African Conservation Foundation is dedicated to supporting and linking African conservation initiatives, groups and NGOs, with the aim to strengthen their capacity, build partnerships and promote effective communication and co-ordination of conservation efforts.
The Endangered Wildlife Trust is a South African-based conservation organisation founded in 1973. The Trust seeks to achieve its mission of conserving the diversity of plant and animal species in Southern Africa by conducting a programme of research, awareness and conservation action.
Save the Elephants, founded by Dr Iain Douglas-Hamilton, is a Kenya-based organisation. It's mission is to secure a future for elephants and to sustain the beauty and ecological integrity of the places where they live; to promote man's delight in their intelligence and the diversity of their world, and to develop a tolerant relationship between the two species.
Elephant Care International is a non-profit organization devoted to the healthcare and conservation of elephants, while also facilitating the sharing of elephant data among professionals.
GreenAnswers is a user-generated question and answer site dedicated to environmental issues and is aimed at promoting environmental education through open debate and discussion.
GreenAnswers is completely free and user-driven, so content is created and moderated by people who have a passion for the environment. GreenAnswers is planting trees for every new person that joins the site and for every five questions answered. Dive right in here: Ask or Answer a Green Question
The International Fund for Animal Welfare is dedicated to protecting animals and their environments, worldwide. Current campaigns include reducing commercial exploitation and trade, saving animals in distress and preserving habitat for animals. Emphasis is on bears, elephants, whales, porpoises and seals, black and white rhino.
JungleWalk.com is a fun yet comprehensive site providing "audios, videos, websites for the nature lover, educator and student", plus wildlife news and headlines. If you want to find information, listen to a mockingbird imitating an alarm clock - or receive classroom aids to be used in conjunction with the site - this is the place to visit.
Illustrated Encyclopedia of Endangered Animals is an online illustrated encyclopedia of endangered animals that strives to inform and educate children about the danger of extinction of animal species due to environmental destruction.
The site provides a comprehensive list of endangered species, together with easy-to-follow facts and information about each endangered animal. A very useful site for both parents and teachers who'd like to keep youngsters informed about threats to our dwindling animal population.