Threatened & Endangered Species coloring book
The United States Environmental Protection Agency is giving away free coloring
books featuring 21 endangered animals.
You have two options to receive your free coloring book. If you have a printer
you can print the pages out from your computer. The second option is to call
the toll free number and request that your free copy be mailed to you.
Animals in this coloring book include the red-cockaded woodpecker, the grizzly
bear, the Nashville crayfish, and more!
The coloring book even includes Bald Eagles which are a great success story of
how the law can work to influence population recovery. Bald Eagles were
de-listed as a protected species by the Federal Government in 2007. Maine DIFW
recommended they become delisted in January 2009. Read here for more information
Wild New England
On online magazine for kids provided through support by Maine Department of
Inland Fisheries and Wildlife among others.
What’s my habitat? an online guide for kids sponsored by the DIFW.