Endangered Species Websites
Is it worth it to save endangered species and what role do they play in the ecosystem?
Every species on earth has a specific and important role in the environment. As the second project of the year, students research an endangered species and the issues affecting it, creating a website about it. The website is broken up into two major components: ecological and socioeconomic factors. Then the projects are presented in the form of websites to the public. Through this process students will gain advanced knowledge and computer skills in making an effective website which captures the attention and viewership of many.
Blunt-Nosed Leopard Lizard / CA. Least Turn / Callippe Sliverspot Butterfly / Chinook / Cuban Crocodile / Flycatcher / Fresh Water Pearl Muscle / Golden Capped Fruit Bat / Hector's Dolphin / Houston Toad / Jaguar / Mission Blue Butterfly / Olive Ridley Sea Turtle / Riparian Brush Rabbit / San Joaquin Kit Fox / SF Garter Snake / Smoky Flying Squirrel / Sumatran Orangutan
California Clapper Rail / Cayman Blue Iguana / Central American River Turtle / Chinese Giant Salamander / Coho Salmon / Gee's Golden Langur / Golden Coqui / Green Turtle /Kemp's Ridley / Langes Matalmark Butterfly / Madame Berthe’s Mouse Lemur / Ocelot / Point Arena Mountain Beaver / Ohlone Tiger Beetle / Owen's Pupfish / Pallid Sturgeon / Rondo Dwarf Galago / Round Island Boa / Schaus Swallowtail Butterfly / Short Tailed Albatross / Western Leopard Toad
Humphead Wrasse / Northern Spotted Owl / Asian Elephant / Aye-Aye / Mexican Long-Nose Bat / Pacific Angel Shark / The Great Delta Green Ground / Leatherback Seaturtle / Sperm Whale / Harvest Mouse / American Crocodile / Black Rhinoceros / Arroyo Toad/ California Condor / Grey Bat / Mississippi Gopher Frog