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Resources for Children: Climate Change & Birds
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1   Link   Smithsonian National Zoological Park Migratory Bird Center: Teachers and students
This site provides materials for the classromm and online games and activities. Use migratory birds as a theme to enhance environmental and cultural awareness - help Wanda the Wood Thrush travel across the Americas.
2   Link   EPA Climate Change Kids Site
The United States Environmental Protection Agency's site for children explains facts around climate and climate change. Test your knowledge in the climate change quiz!
3   Link   Migration Science and Mystery: A distance learning adventure
Take a flight alongside migrating shorebirds from Panama to Alaska! Your students will learn on this distance learning adventure about the mystery of bird migration.
4   Link   Cool Kids for a Cool Climate
This site for children is all about climate change. Find out what climate change is and what you can do!
5   Link   Who killed the Polar Bear? Murder in the Natural History Museum!
Who killed the Polar Bear? A great new animated parody of the Da Vinci Code, where forensic zoologist Robert Penguin and agent Sophie Minnow race to expose the greatest lie ever told. Check out the BioDaVersity Code!
6   Link   UNEP: Children & the Environment: Climate Change
A polar bear basking in the sun? Where has all the ice gone? Just melted away? Getting hotter every day!
Learn more about climate change!
7   Link   Spring Alive
Spring Alive is an activity for children all over Europe. Taking part in Spring Alive is very easy. Get to know the four species - Cuckoo, Swallow, Swift and Stork – that we have chosen to welcome spring. Go outside, look for the birds and when you
8   Link   TUNZA for children (UNEP Programme)
Tunza is a word in Kiswahili that means "treat with care". The programme wants to show young people how to treat our environment with care and to act for a better world