Wildlife Videos

The Nature of Teaching - Wildlife

This video explains the importance of getting kids involved with nature. The Nature of Teaching workshops provide K-5 teachers with lesson plans that incorporate nature into standards-based curriculum. This allows for teachers to meet the requirements set for by the state and federal government while getting kids outside and interacting with their environment. For more information, check out our 2018 Workshops page.










How to Construct a Scent Station, FNR-525-WV
This video teaches you how to build your very own scent station. Scent stations are a non-invasive alternative to traditional trapping methods that allow you to see what animal species live in the area. This video is part of Unit 1: Animal Diversity and Tracking​ which is a part of the Nature of Teaching series.​​










Wildlife Apps

 Hellbender Havoc
Help Herbie thrive by navigating the river, eating crawfish, and avoiding natural and man-made hazards. Learn about the lifecycle and preservation of the Hellbender Salamander, North America’s largest salamander. This game app is part of the  Hellbenders Rock!  lesson plan available through the Nature of Teaching series. ​​​​
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