The International Brant Monitoring Project
Links to Other Wildlife Migration Projects

If you know of other good links, please let us know!

The Washington Brant Foundation

Activities Include:

The Brant Wildlife Festival
Qualicum, British Columbia, Canada

Activities include:

  • Wildlife Carving Exhibition
  • Wildlife Photography Exhibition
  • Native Wildlife Art Exhibition
  • Wildlife Viewing Sites
  • Big Day Birding Competition
  • Un-natural Nature Circuit for kids
  • Natural History Lectures
  • Wildlife Field Trips
  • Limited Editon Wildlife Art Prints
  • Brant Wildlife Festival Dinner-Auction

New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife has a great site about Atlantic Brant.

The Shorebirds Sister Schools Program
This project observes shorebirds as they migrate along the Pacific flyway between their nesting grounds in the Arctic and their wintering quarters in South America. Students use maps, an international discussion group, and daily migration updates from students along the route to track the birds' progress. This site includes classroom activities and other migratory bird information.

Patuxent Wildlife Research Center:
Bird Monitoring in North America
An excellent list of migratory bird links.The Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, and NASA are working together on one project to monitor the migration routes of several endangered species using satellite tracking.

The Journey North

An Internet-based learning adventure that engages students in a global study of wildlife migration and seasonal change.

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Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment

GLOBE is a worldwide network of students, teachers, and scientists working together to study and understand the global environment.


The Wild Ones

Sponsored by the Wildlife Preservation Trust International, an international organization for the preservation of endangered species.


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