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  • Frogs are a species of amphibian. In recent years, there has been a decline in the numbers of amphibians worldwide.…

    As the Frog Hops: What Routes Do Frogs Travel in Mountain Environments?

  • Animals play an important role in maintaining the health of our natural environment. It is important to know the status…

    Born To Be Wild: The Current Situation and Possible Future of Wildlife in the United States

  • Animals play an important role in maintaining the health of our natural environment. It is important to know the status…

    Born To Be Wild: The Current Situation and Possible Future of Wildlife in the United States (Spanish)

  • In 1964, Congress passed a law that established the National Wilderness Preservation System (NWPS). This law identified areas of Federal…

    Can You Hear Me Now? Using the Telephone to Discover People’s Opinions About Wilderness

  • Ecosystem services are the benefits that nature provides through natural processes. For example, plants provide clean air, natural fire helps…

    Ecosystem Services – Vol. 12 No. 1

  • For this FACTivity, you will conduct your own survey like the scientists in this article. You will actually ask people…

    FACTivity – Can You Hear Me Now?

  • The question you will answer by doing this FACTivity is: What is the status and probable future of a current…

    FACTivity – One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish–No Fish?

  • The question you will answer by doing this FACTivity is: What is the status and probable future of a current…

    FACTivity – One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish–No Fish? (Spanish)

  • In this FACTivity, you will do something similar to the student scientists in this study. The question you will answer…

    FACTivity – Oxbow Soil Vitality

  • The question students will answer in this FACTivity is: What is the range of an animal?

    FACTivity – There’s Snow Place Like Home

  • The scientists in this study were asked to develop information about the status of and trends in aquatic animal species populations across the United States.

    One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish–No Fish? The Current Situation and Possible Future of Aquatic Animals in the United States

  • The scientists in this study were asked to develop information about the status of and trends in aquatic animal species populations across the United States.

    One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish–No Fish? The Current Situation and Possible Future of Aquatic Animals in the United States (Spanish)