Wildlife critter boxes on a variety of species are available for loan to educators. Critter boxes often contain skulls, skeletal parts such as antlers, horns, etc., hides, scat, tracks, videos, children’s literature and a Teachers Guide. Contact Storm or Dennis for information on the following critter boxes:
Rocky Mountain Wildlife
Big game scoring
Bird (Early Education)
Owl Pellet Kit
Small mammal trapping & monitoring
Wildlife (Early Education)
New Mexico Wildlife Coloring Books: Written at about the 5th-grade reading level, the coloring books include professional black-line art of New Mexico wildlife and habitats along with the state map locator for each species.
Introduction to New Mexico’s rich aquatic environments. Coloring pages, descriptions, and habitat ranges for: Bluegill, Mottled sculpin, American dipper, Yellow-headed blackbird, Checkered garter snake, Snapping turtle, Greenthroat darter, American beaver, Largemouth bass, Woodhouse’s toad, Bufflehead, Spiny soft-shelled turtle, Rio Grande cutthroat trout, Great blue heron, Bank swallow, Channel catfish, Belted kingfisher, Muskrat, Painted turtle, Western chorus frog, Osprey, Canada goose, American bittern, Sora, Water shrew, Longnose gar, Walleye, Canyon tree frog, and Tiger salamander. Includes “A Riparian Tragedy” and glossary.
New Mexico lifezones includes alpine, subalpine, coniferous forest, transitional (mountain), grasslands, woodlands, and desert environments. Book includes coloring pages together with descriptions of plant and animal life, as well as a glossary.