Earth Navigators
Additional Web and Print Resources

Web Sites

Journey North: A Global Study of Wildlife Migration
http://www.learner.org/jnorth/
This site tracks the journeys of a dozen migratory species each spring.

Wildebeest Migration Made Simple
http://www.ultimateafrica.com/Wildebeest_migration.html
Keep up with the herd with these annual reports, courtesy of Ultimate Africa Safaris.

Lifecycle of the Pacific Salmon
http://www.amrivers.org/fishwildlife/pacificsalmon.htm
Learn about the salmon’s remarkable life story, from river to sea and back again.

Monarch Watch
http://monarchwatch.org/
Extensive information from this butterfly-watching project sponsored by the Universities of Kansas and Minnesota.

The Radar Entomology Web Site
http://www.ph.adfa.edu.au/a-drake/trews/ww_re_hp.htm
Learn about the technique and science of using radar to study insect
movement.

Arctic Tern
http://www.projectpuffin.org/virtual/arte.html
Hear these champion migrants chirp at this informative site from Project Puffin.

Books

Alerstam, Thomas. BIRD MIGRATION. London: Cambridge University Press, 1993.

Cone, Molly. COME BACK, SALMON. San Francisco: Sierra Club Juveniles, 1994.

Gauthreaux, Sidney A. ANIMAL MIGRATION, ORIENTATION, AND NAVIGATION. New York: Academic Press, 1997.

Pringle, Laurence. AN EXTRAORDINARY LIFE: THE STORY OF A MONARCH BUTTERFLY. New York: Orchard Books, 1997.

Sleeper, Barbara and Art Wolfe (photographer). MIGRATIONS: WILDLIFE IN MOTION. Oregon: Beyond Words Publishing, 1994.

Stone, Lynn. THE REMARKABLE FLIGHT OF THE MONARCHS (ANIMAL ODYSSEYS). New York: The Rourke Book Company, 1991.

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