Named after a character in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, Bagheera
takes a detailed look at a number of the world's endangered species, explores the Endangered Species Act, and looks at how zoos and aquariums are being utilized to preserve animals.
Provides details on efforts to reintroduce these birds back into their original range. Includes a diary of recent efforts to restore condors to the Grand Canyon. Harpy eagles are also covered on these pages.
For information on harpy eagle reintroduction efforts in Panama: Harpy Eagle
Scroll down the page to find an informative section on the world's most endangered parrots; their populations and the conservation efforts being made to assist in their recovery.
"Endangered!" is a project of the American Museum of Natural History. It offers information on over 30 endangered animals and 4 endangered habitats. The site has information on human population size and its effect on endangered species. It also contains a coloring book that teaches children about endangered species.
All kinds of endangered species included in these electronic publications plus efforts at recovery. Includes ecological communities at risk.
Kakapos are large, New Zealand parrots that lead a nocturnal and terrestrial existence. This site discusses efforts to save this extremely rare and unusual
The Golden Lion Tamarin is one of the rarest species of monkey. This site
has information on tamarins, population management, a drawing contest for
kids and movies of Golden Lion Tamarin.
This is the webpage of a conservation effort of the University of Minnesota.
It offers a wealth of information on birds of prey and their reintroduction into
the wild.The site describes what to do with a wounded raptor. It also has a
large multimedia library of raptors.
The Tiger Information Center is dedicated to educating people about and preserving the 5 remaining subspecies of tigers. Learn about tiger ecology, behavior and distribution. This site has a "Cubs 'n Kids" area that teaches children about tiger ecology and conservation.