Biodiversity of Illinois, Volume III: Prairie Habitats CD-ROM Index
of Illinois, Volume III: Prairie and Edge Habitats CD-ROM
CD-ROM is designed to provide supplemental information about Illinois
prairie and edge species and habitats for the educator and student.
hundred five Illinois prairie and edge species representing mammals, birds,
reptiles, amphibians, fishes, invertebrates,
plants, fungi, protists and bacteria are accessible in a field guide format.
least one full-color image of each species is shown, although most have
several photo options.
with the photographic images, each species screen offers
information about features, behavior, habitat, Illinois range, sounds
(if available), classification and status (endangered/threatened; native/exotic).
sounds produced by 90 species are available for the listener. Sounds
are also described in the text section for the hearing impaired.
and photographs of Illinois prairie and edge habitats are included.
description of biodiversity, what it is and why it is important is available
as are resources and references and a section on scientific
names. Prairie burning is explained in the biodiversity section.
• This CD-ROM is available to teachers in Illinois by written request on school letterhead and at lending locations statewide.
Mail request to the following address. No phone, fax nor email requests accepted.
Illinois Department of Natural Resources
Division of Education
One Natural Resources Way
Springfield, IL 62702
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Provided By: Illinois Department of Natural Resources and Donations from the Lake County Forest Preserves and The Nature Conservancy, Illinois Chapter
Administered By: Illinois Conservation Foundation
2006 Revision Funded by the Illinois Department of Natural Resources and a Grant from the Illinois Wildlife Preservation Fund.
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