by Mark MacAllister
Field Trip Earth is designed for use by K-12 students and teachers world-wide. However, many others visit the site as well, including veterinary students, wildlife researchers, and people who are simply interested in learning more about wildlife conservation.
While looking through our weblogs, we were surprised to see the number and variety of websites that link to Field Trip Earth. Below is a sampling of some of the most interesting sites that link to us. We will continue to add to this list, so if your website links to us, please let us know by contacting the Field Trip Earth webmaster.
Field Trip Earth users from the following nations have used Google, Yahoo, or some other search engine to locate us:
K-12 Schools/School Districts
Chatham County (NC) Schools
Guilford County (NC) Schools
Cape Fear Center for Inquiry
Mrs. Isenhour's 8th Grade LA Class
K-12 Curriculum Sites
Teens for Planet Earth
Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education
Teaching and Animals
The UNITE Project
Science for Families
University of North Carolina-Greensboro
University of Tennessee Forestry/Wildlife/Fisheries
North Carolina State University/MidLink Magazine
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Stanford University Library
Red Wolf Coalition
Zoos and Aquariums
Sylvan Heights Waterfowl Center
Natural Resources Defense Council
North Carolina Zoological Park
African Conservation Foundation
Institute of Museum and Library Services
US Fish and Wildlife Service Educator's Page
Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge
WorldTwitch Birding Tours
WGHP-TV Fox 8
...and more than 1500 other sites that we don't know about yet!
|PLEASE NOTE: Field Trip Earth is not responsible for the availability or content of the sites listed above, nor does Field Trip Earth endorse, warrant, or guarantee the products, services, or information described or offered at these other Internet sites. Users cannot assume that these external sites will abide by the same policies to which Field Trip Earth adheres.|
About the author:
Mark MacAllister is the Project Coordinator for Field Trip Earth.
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