The web is a wonderful place to explore science. Here are a few sites that will show you the beauty of nature and help you understand the remarkable universe in which we live.
All About Birds. Curious about the name of that bird at your feeder? Or, maybe you just have a question about birds? There’s a good chance you’ll find the answer here. Be sure to check out the bird cams.
Butterflies and Moths of North America. Learn to identify the kinds of butterflies and moths found in your area–or just browse through the photo galleries of these remarkable insects.
Hubbell Site. Amazing pictures from the Hubbell Space Telescope.
National Geographic Kids. Want to see pictures of cool animals and places? Would you like to read, play games, and take quizzes on interesting science and social studies topics? Then this is a site for you.
PBS NOVA. The web site for the acclaimed science television series. You can browse the site to find videos and stories about many amazing scientific phenomena.
Snow Crystals. A field guide to snowflakes and ice crystals. Beautiful pictures, instructive diagrams, and remarkable videos explain how various kinds of ice phenomena form.
The Space Place (by NASA). Explore the science of Space with videos, pictures, fun facts, activities, games, and quizzes.