Check out some of our favorite websites. Go ahead and explore these websites, and maybe you’ll like them as well.
- Chocolate Bar Book: Our friends, Dylan and Jonah, inspired us to do something bold and follow our passion to save endangered animals. They have an amazing story of friendship that has touched so many people around them. They have taught us that kids can create big change.
- Wild Kratts: This is our favorite PBS kids TV show about animals. It is fun and educational. We love the Kratt brothers.
- Kids National Geographic: Our grandma subscribed us to this magazine a few years ago and we wait for it to arrive in the mailbox every month. It’s full of great information about animals with lots of colorful photos, tons of facts, and great jokes.
- Ranger Rick: This is another magazine that grandma sends us. It is a fun-packed nature magazine for kids aged 7 and up and published by the National Wildlife Federation.
- Global March for Elephants and Rhinos: One of our summer camp teachers turned us onto this event that we are going to. This is what our teacher wrote: “On October 4th people in cities throughout the world will march as one voice to save Elephants and Rhinos. The countdown to their extinction has begun – unless action is taken now, we will lose these majestic, highly intelligent, and emotionally sentient creatures FOREVER.”
- World Wildlife Foundation: “The world’s leading conservation organization, WWF works in 100 countries and is supported by 1.2 million members in the United States and close to 5 million globally.”
- Project Noah: “allows you to create your own mission for nature exploration and document plant and wildlife sightings.”
- Nautilus Live: this is so cool!!! Nautilus is an ocean exploration program that has a live camera on the ship that allows anyone with an internet connection to be part of the exploration.