About Animals/Wildlife - http://animals.about.com/
Brief articles and extensive links.
BBC - Nature - http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/
Information about animals and the natural world. Includes facts and images for hundreds of species, videos, and games.
eWildlife - http://www.ewildlife.com/
Resource that attempts to deliver community and commerce features oriented toward those interested in wildlife. Many links.
International Field Guides - http://www.library.uiuc.edu/bix/fieldguides/main.htm
Extensive listing of field guides for plants and animals from regions outside of North America.
JungleWalk - http://www.junglewalk.com/
Collection of links to thousands of animal multimedia sites, organized by common name or by taxonomic group.
Nature.Net - http://www.nature.net/
Forums on bird watching, butterflies, herps, and miscellaneous outdoor activities.
Suite101: Wildlife - http://www.suite101.com/welcome.cfm/wildlife
Articles on various topics related to wildlife conservation.
Arizona Game and Fish - Wildlife Conservation - http://www.gf.state.az.us/wildlife_conservation/wildlife_conservation.html
Studies and surveys on Arizona wildlife and their management, information about management programs, and related topics. Topics include elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, black bear, and other desert fauna in different habitats.
Atlantic Cooperative Wildlife Ecology Research Network - http://landscape.acadiau.ca/acwern/
Regional research network focused on wildlife ecology in the marine, coastal and terrestrial ecosystems of Atlantic Canada.
Australian Wildlife - http://www.australianwildlife.com.au/
The site, updated regularly, provides current information about Australian wildlife including well-researched articles, the latest news in the papers and scientific press, and reviews of recent books and CDs. Topical issues are thrown open for input from visitors and questions about any aspect of Australian are answered.
California Inland Invertebrate Work Group (CaIIWG) - http://ice.ucdavis.edu/California_Inland_Invertebrate_Work_Group/
The CaIIWG is a group of individuals from the academic, public, private, and regulatory sectors whose purpose is to foster communication of technical information related to the ecology, distribution, and management of California's inland invertebrates.
Common Ground: The Case of Seasonally Inundated Cropland - http://www.ianr.unl.edu/pubs/wildlife/nf206.htm
A cost effective way to provide more waterfowl migration habitat may be to use seasonally inundated cropland for this purpose. The seasonal strategy could provide habitat for geese and ducks during the spring and fall migration periods, and the land could be farmed during the cropping season.
On-line Wildlife Research Publications - http://www.rsl.psw.fs.fed.us/pubs/onlinewild.html
More research from the Redwood Sciences Laboratory of the USDA Forest Service.
Predation Politics - http://www.conditionedtasteaversion.net/
Conditioned taste aversion (CTA) and its uses in wildlife management problems.
Predator Project: Saving a Place for America's Predators - http://www.predatorconservation.org/
Predator protection, wildland protection, grassroots advocacy, non-profit organization located in Bozeman, Montana.
Program for the Conservation of Arctic flora and Fauna - http://www.grida.no/caff/
Established to address the special needs of Arctic species and their habitats in the rapidly developing Arctic region. It forms a program of the Arctic Environmental Protection Strategy (AEPS).
Project ALAS - Arthropods of La Selva - http://viceroy.eeb.uconn.edu/alas/alas.html
A large-scale inventory of arthropod diversity in a lowland tropical rainforest to counteract our nearly total ignorance of patterns of arthropod diversity and our lack of inventory products(identification tools, locality data, specimens, databases) greatly limiting the inclusion of arthropods in conservation applications and natural products development.
Swaziland Spotted Hyaena Project. - http://www.freewebz.com/swaziland/
Project site for ongoing study in Mlawula Nature Reserve, Swaziland.
The Spotting Scope Newsletter - http://www.dnr.state.mi.us/Wildlife.asp?linkid=69&Link=link&imageID=4
Information on new developments in nongame wildlife in Michigan (USA).
The WILD Foundation - http://www.wild.org/welcome.html
The International Wilderness Leadership (WILD) Foundation supports the protection and appropriate use of critical wilderness areas, wildland values and endangered wildlife throughout the world.
Time, points and space: Analysis of wildlife data in GIS - http://www.geo.unizh.ch/~imfeld/diss/
Dissertation by Stephan Imfeld (Universität Zürich).
Traditional Ecological Knowledge of Beluga Whales - http://www.mnh.si.edu/arctic/html/tek.html
A system of understanding one's environment. It is built over generations, as people depend on the land and sea for their food, materials, and culture.
Western Section of The Wildlife Society - http://www.tws-west.org/
Group of professionals in all areas of wildlife ecology, conservation, and management from California, Nevada, Hawaii, and the Pacific Islands.
Wildlife Ecology - http://www.fw.vt.edu/fisheries/wildeco.htm
Study of the distribution and reproductive status of grassland birds with respect to condition of grassland habitat in Virginia.
Wildlife Management - http://www.wildlifemanagement.info/
Publications in PDF format on the biology, ecology, identification, control, and management of wildlife in North America.
Wildlife RWU Publications -- Published between 1990-99 - http://www.rsl.psw.fs.fed.us/pubs/WILD90S.html
Various publications of the Redwood Science Laboratory of the USDA Forest Service.
Inti Wara Yassi - http://www.intiwarayassi.org
The wildlife refuge is located in Villa Tunari, Bolivia. It is operated by the help of volunteers from all over the world and focuses in wild animals (such as monkeys and wild cats) but no other animal is ever turned away.
Matamata - http://www.tortoise.org/archives/matamata.html
Chelus fimbriatus, by William H. Espenshade III, an article about these turtles. They occur in northern South America, including both the Orinoco River and Amazon River basins.
Matamata Turtle's - http://www.unc.edu/~dtkirkpa/stuff/mata.html
Chelus fimbriatus biology and captive requirements, by David T. Kirkpatrick.
Scientific Expeditions to Patagonia Organized by University of Connecticut - http://www.canr.uconn.edu/paine/
Groundbreaking ecological research at Torres del Paine National Park, Magallanes, Chile. Details about past and future expeditions.
Where to Watch Birds - http://birding.miningco.com/msubmenu10.htm?pid=2804&cob=home
Information and resources about birding places throughout South America.
Wildlife - http://gosouthamerica.about.com/msubwild.htm?pid=2745&cob=home
Links to websites about wildlife in South America, from About.com.