News Tagged 'habitats'

Wildwood Trust

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Wildwood TrustWild Animal Conservation is a key aspect of the work of the Wildwood Trust.  The Wildwood trust has two centres, one in Kent and one in Devon, they open all year except Christmas day and Boxing day; they accept lots of schools trips but obviously it is too far for schools in Oxfordshire.

However, their website is useful for all teachers, even if ...

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The International Fund for Animals Welfare (IFAW)

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The International Fund for Animals Welfare (IFAW) have created a huge number of resources for teachers doing projects on Wild Animals.

“Animal Action Education resources for educators! Looking for tools and resources to educate and inspire young people about animals and our shared environment? You’ve come to the right place! IFAW offers a wide variety of free thematic education packs including ...

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England’s Hedgehogs

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England’s hedgehogs,  one-time very common garden dwellers, are rarely seen around British gardens these days. Sadly their numbers are diminishing rapidly with the growth of the use of cars, busy roads and the popularity of much smaller, low maintenance gardens, designed for easy maintenance rather than wild animal usage.

Even though this page, created by the BBC, has been archived and has not been ...

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Animal Corner

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Animal CornerAnimal Corner is a super British wildlife website where visitors can: “Discover the many amazing animals that live on our planet. The British mild and damp climate has allowed many, many different species of animals and birds to settle and evolve here that may have struggled to live elsewhere in the world. Britain is an island surrounded ...

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Project Noah

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Project NoahProject Noah stands for Networked Organisms and Habitats. It’s a tool that anyone can use to explore and create a record of local wildlife around their school. Scientists are then able to call on that information, if it will help them in their research.

 “How do you use Project Noah in your classroom?

Hundreds of educators are using Project Noah right now to help solve real-world problems and ...

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