Wildlife Journal Junior!
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mothWildlife Journal, Junior is designed for the 4-8 classroom. Using segments from the award-winning series Wildlife Journal, produced by New Hampshire PBS and New Hampshire Fish and Game, Wildlife Journal, Junior explores the natural world and New Hampshire wildlife.

kidLearn more about all of the topics covered in Wildlife Journal, Junior. You will find animal and plant fact sheets, information about the role the natural world plays in New Hampshire and United States' history and development, and information about key concepts in life science. Click Here >>

Karner BlueThe larvae of the Karner blue butterfly only eats wild blue lupine! Learn more about this picky eater!
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Wildlife Journal, Junior is made possible with funding from:

Baldwin Foundation
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency*
Walker Fund of the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation
Alcoa Foundation
Alice J. Reen Charitable Trust

tvEach segment in Wildlife Journal, Junior is enhanced by web resources, lesson and activity ideas, and curriculum extensions.
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butterflyLearn more about some of the animal species found in New Hampshire. You can learn about animals from the rare Karner blue butterfly to the mighty moose! You'll find profiles of hundreds of species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, insects, and arthropods found in New Hampshire.
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Learn about more than 300 North American animals.
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*Although the information in this document has been funded in part by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under assistance agreement NE-98180001 to New Hampshire PBS, it may not necessarily reflect the views of the Agency and no official endorsement should be inferred.