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Links to other websites around the world with a wildlife and nature theme


Arachnology Home Page
Description: This site is the essential web index to arachnological sites, featuring more than 2000 links.

The Scorpion Files
Description: As the name suggests, an excellent resource on all things scorpion related

Bill's Wildlife Sites
Description: A huge index of internet sites of interest to wildlife ecologists.

Oiseaux - Birds
Description: Nicole Bouglouan's excellent collection of bird photos found in S.W. France (and other locations) along with lots of useful birding info.

ARKive
Description: A collection of images, videos and fact-files illustrating the world's species.

The Swans of Stanley Park
Description: A Canadian site with info about each of Stanley Park's mute swans, message boards plus hundreds of photos. 

Birdlife International
Description: A global alliance of conservation organisations working in more than 100 countries, and a leading authority on avian conservation issues.

The Born Free Foundation
Description: Works to prevent cruelty, alleviate suffering and encourages everyone to treat animals with respect.

Cat Specialist Group
Description: Provide data on wild animals and plants for the World Conservation Monitoring Centre in Cambridge, England, which is hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

Crocodilians: Natural History and Conservation
Description: The Internet's longest-running crocodile resource giving detailed information on all species, illustrated biology database, extensive images, video and sound. Also includes a section on crocodile talk and the most in-depth care manual.

Journey Into Amazonia
Description: Journey Into Amazonia features the swollen rivers, flooded forests and dense canopy of the vast rain forest recognized as one of Earth's natural wonders.

WWF International
Description: The is the world's largest and most experienced independent conservation organization, with over 4.7 million supporters. They are dedicated to reversing the destruction of the Earth's natural environment and building a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.

Animal Adoptions UK
Description: Aims to raise awareness of endangered wildlife and encourage the uptake of adoption schemes which will help ensure their survival.

Save the Rhino International
Description: Save the Rhino International has evolved into the leading non-profit rhino organisation in Europe. Their aim is to ensure the survival of the rhinoceros species in the wild.


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