Staff at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources have been busy creating videos dedicated to teaching students and their families about Michigan’s rich natural resources. This website also gives families a wide range of resources to explore while at home during this time. Check out age-specific resources to learn more about the natural world that surrounds us.
Learn more about wildlife rehabilitation (popular topic during springtime!) through the Lake Erie Nature + Science Center’s virtual learning website.
Ever wondered what type of bird always hangs out in your backyard tree? The National Audubon Society has an online Guide to North American Birds for visitors to peruse. Learn about migration patterns, habitats, nesting behaviors, and more, of birds all over the North American continent.
Browse the many phyla in the animal kingdom on Animal Diversity Web. Read all about worms, sponges, birds, mammals, and more on this interactive website.
HHMI BioInteractive provides teachers and students alike with a space to investigate peer-reviewed science. Explore activities, case studies, videos, virtual labs, and interactive media to connect with the big ideas in biology today.
External Resources We Like
Have a question about butterflies? Want to learn more about how they grow, move, and live? Check out the Children’s Butterfly Site!
Check out the Shedd Aquarium’s YouTube channel playlist Sea Curious to learn more about aquatic life. Get answers to your most pressing marine biology questions!