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Links to numerous youth environmental education sources
Make your yard more attractive to wildlife with information from these sources
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Information on NC State's Fisheries & Wildlife Sciences academic programs
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Education and conservation information from NCWF
Waterfowl conservation and education information from D.U.

Working with Wildlife Series and other NCSU Publications

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PDFPrevention and Control of Wildlife Damage Series - Non-Poisonous Snakes

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PDFPrevention and Control of Wildlife Damage Series - Rattlesnakes

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Snake Identification Video (requires realplayer to view-if you do not have realplayer, you can download it for free here.)

Other Links of Interest

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Snake Profiles - University of Maryland

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North Carolina Amphibian and Reptile Biology & Conservation.

Provided by Davidson College, this website has facts, myths, listings of snakes found in North Carolina, information on conservation, and a section for kids.

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Snakes - Florida

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Snakes Alive! How To Identify Snakes

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Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation (PARC)

This site contains a tremendous amount if information on why reptiles and amphibians numbers are declining and what can be done to save them. This site also has numerous links to other excellent websites.

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Milwaukee Public Museum - Timber Rattler Facts

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Savannah River Ecology Fact Sheet - Snake Bites

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Snakes, Garter - Minnesota

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