Magazine article Environmental Education

Go Wild with ARKive:www.Arkive.Org

Magazine article Environmental Education

Go Wild with ARKive:www.Arkive.Org

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Working with the world's very best wildlife and environmental filmmakers, photographers, conservationists and scientists, ARKive is creating the ultimate guide to the natural world, free to everyone.

With an ever-expanding collection of over 100,000 of the world's best wildlife photos and videos, over 15,500 species fact files, curriculum-linked teaching resources and educational games and activities, ARKive is an essential tool for environmental education.

ARKive is an initiative of the UK-based wildlife charity Wildscreen, whose mission is to promote the conservation of the world's biodiversity through the power of wildlife imagery. Backed by some of the biggest names in conservation, including Sir David Attenborough and HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, ARKive is an award-wining educational platform used by students and teachers around the world.

Dive into ARKive's watery resources

ARKive has lots of resources to support the UN Year of Water Cooperation, whether you are looking for photos and videos of animals and plants that live in or depend upon water for survival, educational resources with a watery theme, or outdoor activities, we have everything covered.

Take a trip to the seaside

Discover the UK's rocky and sandy shores with our topic pages, packed full of amazing facts as well as stunning photos, videos and fact files about animals and plants that make their homes around the UK's coast. Why not test your students' nature detective skills with our beach treasure hunt and species bingo activities! …

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