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New Haven Information

Colonial America and the American Revolution

Middle Ages

Geography

American Civil War

Website Evaluation

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Birds

Math

Create Your Own Book

Vermont

Africa

Sound

Australia

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Chemistry

Abenaki Indian Studies

Clouds

Birds of Vermont

Animal Facts

Country Information

Monarch Butterflies

Dragonflies

Other Butterflies

Tree Identification

U.S. Government

Human Body

Canada

Immigration & New York City Information


Geology

Electricity and Magnetism

Vermont Animals

  • Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department
    • Mammals - click here to find detailed information about the following Vermont animals: beaver, black bear, coyote, bobcat, chipmunk, cottontail rabbit, fisher, gray fox, gray squirrel, long tailed weasel, mink, moose, muskrat, porcupine, raccoon, red fox, river otter, short tailed weasel, snowshoe hare, skunk, opposum, white tailed deer and woodchuck.
    • Birds - click here to find information about the following Vermont birds: goldfinch, robin, woodcock, barred owl, crow, loon, bluebird, turkey, hermit thrush, osprey, peregrine falcon, red tailed hawk, ruby throated hummingbird and ruffed grouse.  Also included is general information about what other birds live in Vermont and waterfowl of Vermont.
    • Fish - click here to find information about lake trout, trout and land locked salmon.

Ancient Mayan People/Culture

Ancient Egypt

  • The British Museum - Information about Egyptian life, geography, gods and goddesses, mummification,  pharaohs, pyramids,  temples, time, trades and writing.

Europe

Wetlands

Westward Expansion - Lewis and Clark


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