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  • Provincial Museum of Alberta
    The Official Website of the Provincial Museum, where you can view virtual exhibits, information on current exhibits and view extensive information on research projects and collections that the museum holds. 

  • Climate Change
    An Alberta Environment website on the climate changes within Alberta.

  • The Threatened Species LogoThreatened Wildlife
    Profiles of 13 endangered species that reside in Alberta. A treasure trove of information and pictures.

  • Fish and Wildlife
    The Fish and Wildlife LogoAn Alberta Sustainable Resources Site that documents the preservation of biodiversity in Alberta, as well as providing information on specific animals common to Alberta.

  • Ecoregions: The Sierra ClubThe Sierra Club logo
    Specific Information on the 21 ecoregions of the United States and Canada, with plans to restore the ecological health of the planet.

  • Hinterland Who's WhoGovernment of Canada Logo
    The online home of the 60-second series Hinterland Who's Who, which provides educational programming to kids about the various species of mammals and birds of Canada. The site has a variety of fact sheets and digitized videos ready for downloading!

  • Endangered Species 2000
    A cutting-edge website made by students for promoting species that are facing extinction in the new millenium.

  • Species at RiskGovernment of Canada Logo
    A searchable database of species that are at risk of being extinct within Canada. The database is searchable by both species name and by region.

  • EXN logoEndangered Species
    A Discovery Channel Canada website profiling the endangered species of Canada. 

  • CPAWS logoCPAWS
    The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society website, a group that promotes the protection of ecosystems in Canada.

  • EndangeredSpecie.com
    Rare information on various endangered species from around the world, as well as explanations of the protection of these species, lists of organizations and case studies of the protection of species.

  • SchoolWorld Endangered Species Project
    A website featuring projects made by kids from around the world that profile endangered species from their individual regions.

  • Species at Risk in Canada - http://www.ualberta.ca/~mjrogers/ (offline as of October 16, 2001). A profile of species at risk in Canada, and what can be done about this problem.

  • University of Alberta LogoMuseum of Zoology, University of Alberta
    A website previewing the Museum of Zoology, with a wide variety of "feature creatures".



  • Encompass Magazine
    A magazine profiling the environment of Alberta, with in-depth articles on a variety of interests.

  • Canada's Forest Network
    A guide to Canadian Forest, and information on the forestry industry.

  • WorldWatch Institute
    An internet source for global environmental information.

  • GeoGratis Canada
    A Canadian Geospatial information distrubtion website. Includes free vector mapping and satellite imaging!

  • Edmonton Mycological Society
    The Edmonton Mycological Society is a non-profit organization that was founded by Prof. Randy Currah and Helene (Leni) Schalkwijk-Barendsen, author of the mushroom field guide "Mushrooms of Western Canada", in 1987. From modest beginnings, they have grown over the past 18 years to have currently about 130 members from across Alberta.

    They are a volunteer study group, who's members are fascinated by fungi. They are the only mycological club in Canada's prairie provinces and they provide education to promote an understanding and appreciation of the Kingdom of Fungi. Ongoing activities include the study of the diversity and roles of fungi, providing educational programs to the public, seasonal forays throughout central and western Alberta, an annual mushroom exposition, and the development of lists of fungi from various ecosystems across Alberta.

    Please visit their website at www.wildmushrooms.ws to learn more about the Edmonton Mycological Society and how you can become a member and learn along with them about fungi.


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