WWW Resources Collected By
The 1996-97 Project Teachers
The following are links to science related web sites around the world.
They have been collected by the Project Teachers and are cataloged under
the headings below. Either choose a category or scroll down.
Galveston Bay Shells, Birds,
Fish and etc.
Estuaries and Rivers
The Evolution of the San Jacinto River
Galveston Bay Estuary
- The following sites are explanations of The Galveston Bay ecosystem.
You will also visit some beautiful pictures of estuary life.
Wanda Wetlands-Links to
Good Sites for Galveston
Bay Web Unit
Fun Safe Sites to Surf
Hermit Crab Links
Web Resources- Whales
Web Resources- Tadpoles
The Bottle-Nosed Dolphins
Endangered Animals in Texas
- A List of Links
Much has been written about endangered species, both plants and animals,
in general and about individual endangered species. However, not a great
deal of text has been printed about specific endangered species in Texas.
This site serves to provide a source of information about endangered species
found in Texas.
Species in the Edwards Aquifer System
This site is really great for exploring the species found in Texas, and
specifically in the southeast regions of the state. It mentions many species
which are extremely unique like the Texas Blind Salamander and the San
Marcos Darter. The site is full of facts about many animals such as habitat
and eating habits.
Wildlife Federation's In the Classroom Site
National Wildlife has done a wonderful thing by setting this site up! It
offers lessons, activites, additional links and much more about the wildlife
around us! Fun for the whole class!
- U.S. Fish
and Wildlife Service
Provides a great a great selection of maps of locations of endangered species
as well as awesome photos. Policies pertaining to endangered species are
sometimes difficult to follow. This site attempts to clear a few areas
- Rare Sea Turtle
The site is brilliantly colored with photos of the sea turtle in its natural
habitat. What is interesting about this site is it offers instructions
on the care of the eggs of the sea turtle if you should happen upon a nest
- Quotes from Sea Turtles!
Really a fun site. Has quotes about sea turtles.
- Whooping Crane
Whooping cranes are a high risk animal especially in Texas due to their
habitat of coastal areas. This site offers information about the crane
giving its status, size, habitat, photos, and maps. It also provides many
other links of interest, including Galveston- the Winter Home.
- Brown Pelican
Photos of the Brown Pelican and links to other Fish and Wildlife Sites.
The little Leon Springs Pupfish is among those endangered and can only
be found in Pecos County,Texas. Check out this site for more information.
- Endangered Species
An updated bulletin sponsored by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Department.
Proposition to Legalize Cougar Hunting
There have been proposals to legalize the hunting of certain animals for
sport. This site focuses on the criticisms and the support of such proposals.
Interior Least Tern bird
Offers information about the little bird known as the Interior Least Tern
which spends its winters along the waterways of the Rio Grande.
A page just for downloading and coloring pictures of wildlife and endangered
species, sponsored by Texas Parks and Wildlife Services. Enjoy!
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