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Here are some interesting links:

Smile Kid Friendly:

Smile http://www.earthrangers.com


Smile http://kids.nationalgeographic.com/kids/?source=NavKidsHome


Smile http://www.torontozoo.com/


Smile http://kids.nbii.gov/index.html

 

Teens & Adults:

http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/index.html


http://www.on.ec.gc.ca/wildlife/factsheets/fs_amphibians-e.html

CollapseAmphibians and Reptiles in Great Lakes Wetlands: Threats and Conservation
Description: This fact sheet describes the importance of wetlands to people, to the ecology of the biosphere as a whole, and especially to the amphibians and reptiles that depend upon wetlands for their survival. It examines some of the various threats to our remaining Great Lakes wetlands and some of the ongoing efforts to protect existing wetlands and restore degraded ones.


http://www.wildlifeontario.ca/index.html


http://www.helpbabywildlife.ca

Rosie a 5-week old baby raccoon whose mother was killed, was left to die because of government regulations. Thousands of helpless young wild animals like Rosie, face a cruel and unnecessary death every spring because of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources regulations that outlaw responsible and humane help for wildlife, forcing many wildlife rehabilitators out of operation.

The Ministry's heartless advice to people finding an orphan is to "leave the animal there and let nature takes its course." 


http://www.natureconservancy.ca/site/PageServer


http://www.ec.gc.ca/hsp-pih/default.asp?lang=En&n=2D1DA0C5-1

The Basic Essentials:
Food for your reptiles delivered right to your door!:
http://www.cartierscritters.com/#!__main-page