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Fly the friendly skies with Journey North: A Global Study of Wildlife Migration at www.learner.org/jnorth. Find out how you can help track many species' migration north for the summer. See where some magnificent bald eagles have been sighted this spring, and discover how a New York biologist raised the number of nesting eagles from two to more than 102. Also, check out the migration patterns of robins, manatees and even humpback whales. Watch for the budding signs of spring in tulips, frogs, earthworms and maple sugaring. Make sure to examine today's news to catch the latest on the Journey North project. Spread your wings and fly over to this amazing site today.
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Peer through your microscope at Hidden Killers: Deadly Viruses at http://library.thinkquest.org/23054. You'll discover some virus basics, their military uses, a few of our natural defenses and profiles of these tiny organisms. Find out what is being done to protect ourselves from deadly viruses such as HIV and Ebola. When you're done, wash your hands well.
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Get out your microscope and have a look at CELLS Alive! at www.cellsalive.com This site features everything cellular. Explore the world of cell structure and function, including sections on plant and animal cells, mitosis and the cell cycle, and the way-cool cell cams. In the Microbes section, you can see images of actual virus, bacteria and parasite cells. The important section on the immune system has facts about HIV, allergies and mites. Learn how our cells both feed and fight micro-organisms such as the itsy-bitsy mite. Finally, feast on pictures in the Cell Gallery or send a MicroGram to your friends, an electronic greeting complete with a cool picture of a cell. Even though cells are small, CELLS Alive is huge!
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Grab your scuba gear and dive deep to Turtle Trax at www.turtles.org. You'll find tons of cool images of these underwater marvels. Younger kids can visit Kidz Korner for stories about individual turtles, such as Polzbarney, Huffy and Adelita. There are sections about families of turtles and their habitats as well as about illnesses that turtles get. There's even a comic strip called Turtle Trax Toon. This is a one-stop place on the Web to find out all you've ever wanted to know about sea turtles.
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Spring is here. The flowers are blooming and the birds have returned, so it's time to dust off the binoculars and start bird-watching again. What better way than to build a birdhouse? The Birdhouse Network at http://watch.birds.cornell.edu/nest/home/index offers a citizen-science project that you can participate in. Ask a parent before you join. Then start collecting valuable info about the birds you watch. You'll learn how to build a birdhouse for the kinds of birds you want to watch. Also, the site contains lots of info on all kinds of birds, from the Wood Duck to the Tree Swallow. Bird-watching is a hoot!
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