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Not for Profit Organizations

Park Ranger
Bird Watching Tips | Binoculars, Indentification, & Clubs
Bird watching can be enjoyed by kids to adults. Learn about the right binoculars, when to watch, bird identification and other tips and tricks.
Park Ranger
How to Become a Park Ranger, State and National Ranger
Do you think you might enjoy working as a Park Ranger? Do you enjoy working in nature? Do you enjoy interacting with people?
Game Warden LogoGame-Warden.Org:
Your Game Warden Resource Site
The main branch of Kids4Wolves is on Instagram; there, we post facts, photos, videos, ways to help, and updates on wolves around the country almost every day.
LinksVoiceless:The Fund for Animals...
Envisions a world in which animals are treated with respect and compassion.
LinksLeopards, Etc.
Live Cat Educational Programs
Wildlife Rescue

Wildlife Rescue of New Mexico.
The Goals of Wildlife Rescue Inc., of New Mexico are to rehabilitate and release to the wild injured and/or orphaned wild animals that are found by the public.

Wildlife AssociatesWildlife Asssociates
Teaching children and adults to care for living things and to understand the natural systems on which all life depends
LinksProject Wildlife
cares for injured, orphaned, and sick native wildlife of San Diego County, and releases rehabilitated animals back into their natural habitats.
LinksSky Island Alliance
is an organization dedicated to preserving and restoring native biological diversity in the sky islands of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico.
LinksWildlife West Nature Park Edgewood, New Mexico, (505) 281-7655 Bringing Nature to Life!
LinksAmerican International Rattlesnake Museum
LinksEnvironmental Education Association of New Mexico
EE WeekNational Environmental Education Week (EE Week)
is the largest organized environmental education event in the United States. It increases the educational impact of Earth Day by creating a full week of educational preparation, learning, and activities in K-12 classrooms, nature centers, zoos, museums, and aquariums. By participating in EE Week, you encourage your students to make a difference in their schools, homes, and communities!
Find out about your favorite crawly critters!
LinksEECNET Environmental Education and Communication Network
LinksNational Geographic
Website for kids
LinksCaribbean Conservation: 
Celebrating 40 Years of Saving Sea Turtles and Their Habitats!
LinksInternational Wolf Center
Education about wolves is their best protection.
rrick.gif (29194 bytes)National Wildlife Federation's Ranger Rick
Click HERE to enter youth wildlife photo contest!
LinksThe Minnesota New Country School Frog Project
Students discovered frog deformites that may be related to pollution
wpeace.jpg (32322 bytes)Workable Peace
Teaching young people and educators to manage conflict between groups
LinksNational Marine Mammal Laboratory Education
LinksTalking Talons
Learn about rescued birds and other wild life, and teach people about them!
Government Agencies
legis.gif (1928 bytes)New Mexico State Legislature
bearlogo.gif (33337 bytes)New Mexico Game and Fish Dept
LinksNew Mexico State Parks
34 diverse State Parks, consisting of lakes, canyons, forests, historical sites and even dinosaur tracks for you to explore!
LinksNew Mexico Environment Dept. 
LinksNew Mexico State Land Office 

United States Fish and Wildlife Service
whose mission is to conserve, protect, and enhance fish and wildlife and their habitats

Click here for the US Fish and Wildlife Service National Digital Library
A wide assortment of selected photo images, publications, video and audio clips that are in the public domain. You are free to use them as you wish

LinksUS Geological Survey 
Whooping Crane Chicks!
LinksUS Bureau of Reclamation
The agency that manages water  resources west of the Mississippi River.
congress.gif (2666 bytes)US Congress
How Laws are made in Congress
Free Education Resources
Information about Education Resources and Directory

Mailing Address

Institute of Public Law
University of New Mexico School of Law
MSC11 6060
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Physical Address

1117 Stanford NE
Albuquerque, NM 87131

Contact Us

Phone: 505-277-5089
Fax: 505-277-7064

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