Nature Canada - Children's Resources: https://naturecanada.ca/enjoy-nature/for-children/resources/
Connect with nearby nature through the various resources listed here! From a scavenger hunt to tips on how to help nature in you area, our resources offer ways to get outside and connected with nature.
Toronto Zoo - Live with the Keepers: https://www.facebook.com/TheTorontoZoo/?redirect=false
Tornto Zoo is doing daily Facebook Live streams hosted by their keepers to learn about some of the behind the scenes happenings at the zoo, and teach us all about the different species that live there. From how to train a hippo to go on the scale, to learning about penguins swimming, and more!
Calgary Zoo's Daily Dose: https://www.calgaryzoo.com/YourDailyDoseandDailyDoseAtHome
Calgary Zoo is taking you behind the scenes with our animals, humans and conservation programs every day during our temporary closure to keep spirits high, and minds engaged. They have videos as well as downloadable activitiy pages!
Canadian Museum of Nature: Things to do at Home https://nature.ca/en/home
Visit Canadian Museum of Nature's website and social media for activities you can do at home and in your neighbourhood. Especially keep your eyes peeled for their dinosaur!
Telus Spark - Science from Home: https://sparkscience.ca/spark-science-from-home/
Visit Spark Science for DIY experiments and citizen science, innovative online challenges, important science education content, andcurated content from STEAM community leaders. Spark will also connect you virtually to remarkable creators, scientists, artists, educators and builders to bring the world to you!
Bird Sounds - Calls from North American Species https://www.bird-sounds.net/
Sometimes we can't see the bird, but we can hear it's call! This site has over 602 different bird calls for North American speices. Search for local birds, and explore some that you've never heard before!
Register for a free account and discover a new world of birding! ransforms your bird sightings into science and conservation. Plan trips, find birds, track your lists, explore range maps and bird migration—all free
Birds of North America with Jason Ward https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLZVnnAt5_5lbqaQNNg-LEPwdRbj_nf5hU
Jason Ward has been an avid birdwatcher since he was a kid growing up in the Bronx, where he spotted a peregrine falcon eating a pigeon on a ledge outside his bedroom window. Join him in this YouTuebe series as he travels around the United States meeting birders and bird enthusiasts of all kinds.