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You can write to one of these organizations and get information regarding any concerns about ecology.  They may be able to direct you to someone who can visit your school.  Also the students can write letters to them to request any information they may want to know about the problem in ecology and what is being done to help.

 

Environmental Protection Agency  Office of Public Awareness 

401 M. St., S.W.,    Washington D.C. 20460  or visit their website at www.epa.org

National Wildlife Federation

1400 16th St., NW,  Washington, D.C. 20036  or visit their website at  www.nwf.org

Rainforest Action Network

450 Sansome, Suite 700, San Francisco, CA 94111     415-398-4404

The following list is from:  SeaWorld/Busch Gardens Animal Information Database
www.seaworld.org / www.buschgardens.org

Center for Marine Conservation

1725 DeSales Street, N.W. Suite 500 Washington, D.C. 20036 (202) 429-5609

Dedicated to the conservation and protection of the oceans. Programs are focused in areas of protecting habitats, preventing marine pollution, protecting endangered species, and managing fisheries.

Ducks Unlimited

1 Waterfowl Way Memphis, TN 38120 (901) 758-3825

Committed to the protection and preservation of North American wetlands.

Florida Marine Research Institute

100 8th Avenue, S.W. St. Petersburg, FL 33701 (813) 869-8626

Charged by Florida state law to conduct high-quality marine research on which management decisions can be based. Their more than 300 research projects use an ecosystems approach.

Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute

1700 South Shores Road San Diego, CA 92109 (619) 226-3870

Dedicated to acquiring knowledge of the ocean and its inhabitants to promote awareness and respect for marine resources.

Izaak Walton League

1401 Wilson Boulevard Level B Arlington, VA 22209 (703) 528-1818

Concerned about the pollution of streams and waterways. They strongly promote grassroots outdoor conservation activities.

National Audubon Society

700 Broadway New York, NY 10003 (212) 979-3000

Dedicated to the conservation and restoration of natural resources with emphasis on wildlife, habitats, soil, water, and forests.

National Wildlife Federation

8925 Leesburg Pike, Vienna, VA 22184 (703) 790-4000

Encourages the intelligent management and appreciation of natural resources.

Nature Conservancy

1815 North Lynn Street Arlington, VA 22209 (703) 841-5300

Committed to preserving plants, animals and natural communities by protecting the lands and water they need to survive. The Nature Conservancy is the largest private system of nature sanctuaries in the world.

World Bird Sanctuary

P.O. Box 270270 St. Louis, MO 63127 (314) 938-6193

Dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation, and breeding of birds. They also are committed to education the public.

World Wildlife Fund

1250 24th Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20037 (202)293-4800

Committed to protecting life-sustaining resources. They also are dedicated to threatened and endangered species preservation, pollution control, and natural resource management.

 

 

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