Endangered Species Coloring Book
Do you like learning about animals? Do you like to color? If you answered yes, you are in luck! The Fish and Wildlife Service just came out with a new Endangered Species Coloring Book. Check out the link here: http://www.fws.gov/endangered/ESA40/PDF/ESAColoringbook.pdf
I have already learned so much about species I didn’t even know were endangered. Did you know the Lakeside Daisy is a threatened rare plant found in dry, rocky prairie grassland areas in Illinois, Ohio and Michigan? Or, did you know bog turtles are threatened animals and are the smallest species of turtles in North America? Check out the link to learn more and for a fun art project!
Kelly Siegel is a student volunteer in the EPA’s Air and Radiation Division in Region 5, and is currently obtaining her Master’s degree in Urban Planning and Policy at the University of Illinois at Chicago. She has a passion for sustainable development, running, and traveling with friends
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