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Wolves

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View Resource Kid's Planet

A Web sitedesigned just for kids by Defenders of Wildlife, Kid's Planet has much to offer for teachers and students. Teacher's Table contains downloadable .pdf lesson plans and activities. Designed primarily for middle school students, these lesson plans and essay contests cover topics like wolves and sea otters. With electronic fact sheets on over 50 species, the section titled Get the Facts may...

https://defenders.org
View Resource Gray Wolves, Gray Matter

Part of the Web-based Inquiry Science Environment (WISE), this site was developed by the University of California, Berkeley, and the International Wolf Center. It offers an online learning curriculum that introduces students to the "social, biological, cultural and economic issues of wolf survival." Students read, discuss, and make their own observations about this real world controversy. Teachers...

http://www.wolf.org/programs/educator-resources-wolf-link/gr...
View Resource Regurgitative Food Transfer Among Wild Wolves

The Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center (NPWRC) has made available several resources on wolves. This paper, on regurgitative food transfer, was written by L. David Mech and others and originally published in Canadian Journal of Zoology in 1995 [77:1192-1195]. The paper may be viewed online or downloaded as .zip files.

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/238043270_Regurgita...
View Resource The Challenge of Opportunity of Recovering Wolf Populations

The Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center (NPWRC) has made available several resources on wolves. This paper, by L. David Mech, was originally published in Conservation Biology in 1995 [9(2):270-278]. The paper may be viewed online or downloaded as .zip files.

https://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/5222633
View Resource Timber Wolf Information Network

Wolves in the United States have suffered from human extermination efforts, habitat loss, and perhaps most significantly, a bad reputation. The Timber Wolf Information Network (TWIN) is working to reverse that reputation by increasing "public awareness and acceptance of the wolf in its natural habitat and its ecological role in the environment.� The award-winning TWIN website contains links to...

http://www.timberwolfinformation.org/
View Resource Wolf Song of Alaska

Wolf Song of Alaska is a "member-supported, non-profit, apolitical organization dedicated to achieving an understanding of the wolf through education, science, and awareness." In addition to providing information about the activities of the Wolf Song center and museum, this website serves as a library of informational pieces about wolves from around the world. Students looking for information...

http://www.wolfsongalaska.org/
View Resource A Large Carnivore Initiative for Europe

If top predators are to persist into future years, they will likely need the help of committed advocates. The Large Carnivore Initiative for Europe (LCIE)--a network comprised of scientists, government representatives, and non-governmental agency representatives--works to "maintain and restore, in coexistence with people, viable populations of large carnivores as an integral part of ecosystems and...

http://lcie.nina.no/