Includes guidelines for incubating and candling eggs, photos, movies, egg cam, and resources. Sponsored by the University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension.
Activities in Biology
Provides interactive quizzes on topics such as cell biology, organ systems, ecology, and photosynthesis.
Biology In Motion
Online activities for learning biology, including animated cartoons, an evolution simulation laboratory, and drag-and-drop quizzes.
Online activities, labs and tutorials. Site available in Spanish.
A site intended to teach users about biology and biotechnology. Includes some educational illustrations and animations that can be downloaded by teachers and other educators for use in their curriculum.
Cool Activities for Kids
Features learning activities about plants, space geology, veterinary science, parasites, ecology, sea otters, pollen, and using a virtual telescope to view genetic material.
Cool Science For Curious Kids
Fun and interactive site to help kids appreciate science. Why are snakes like lizards, and monkeys like moose? Find out here.
Discover the History of Life
Provides an introduction to phylogeny, geologic time, and evolution.
Dr. Farabee's Online Biology Book
Well organized and illustrated general biology text from Estrella Mountain Community College, Phoenix, Arizona. Advanced, but very clearly explained and illustrated.
Information on North American animals and plants with illustrations, text, activities, and access to a naturalist.
Introduces the natural history of the sea through a fun game.
Forest Speaks Exhibit
Educational web version of the Visitor's Center exhibit at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama. Includes information on rainforest mammals, frogs, birds and plants.
I Can Do That
Cartoon characters take you on a tour of cells, DNA, RNA and biological techniques.
Just for Kids Wildlife Page
Read about moose, wild turkeys, mosquitos, hummingbirds, and bears. Learn about habitat and wildlife biology. Color a bat, falcon, warbler, or eagle.
Learn about Louisiana wetlands, and the plants and animals that live there. Includes coloring pages, maps, and aerial photographs.
A look at individual organisms, communities, populations, species, and ecological food webs.
Facts, in-depth articles, ask-a-scientist forum, archive of answers and newsletter on oceans and ocean life.
Online Biology Book
Provides concise information on all aspects of biology, from biochemistry and body systems to plants and history.
Cells, microbiology, the scientific method, invertebrates, plants, and vertebrates. There is also an extensive section with examples of different species. Offers downloads and online activities.
Science For Kids
Offers news about plants, animals, and other life science issues. Also includes pop quizzes, and pictures. Site is available in Spanish.
Science Isn't Hard
Interactive GCSE Biology website. Some of the topics that it covers are cells, photosynthesis, the nervous system and homeostasis.
Enter the world of Science Bob to try home experiments, visit his on-line lab and get answers to your science questions.
SeaWorld: Animal Information
Contains information books, quick fact sheets, and the small wonders that are born at SeaWorld.
Study of Northern Virginia Ecology
Pictures and descriptions of local plants, animals, and habitats, and how they relate to each other. Includes glossary, explanation of classifications, and links to reference sites.
The Biology Project
Online interactive resource for learning biology. Content includes Biochemistry, Cell Biology, Developmental Biology, Human Biology, Molecular Biology, Mendelian Genetics, and Immunology.
The Guardians of the Millennium
Describes microbiology, the rain forest and the possibility of extraterrestrial life. Also in French, German, and Spanish.
The Open Door Web Site
A Natural Science reference site for middle school students. Includes topic chapters, facts and figures, questions and quizzes. Quick search and index search available, as well as an Internet guide.
The Visible Embryo
Provides a visual journey through the stages of human development from conception to birth.
A volunteer project that observes and records natural history events such as plants flowering, birds returning, frogs peeping, and weather events. Offers a field guide, graphs, maps, and reasons for the project.
Tree of Life Web Project
Classification of organisms. Has diagrams showing where all organisms fit into the evolutionary tree.
Whiteman Park: Kids Only!!!
A nature reserve in Western Australia lets you look for a wallaby and colour a picture of native plants and animals.
The complete nature and wildlife resource featuring the Audubon Guides to plants and animals, outdoor planner and destination guide, habitat Guide, eCards, and newsletters.