This STEM Pro Live! features STEM professionals from OdySea Aquarium– this time, two specialists involved in conservation efforts through OdySea.
Experience the journey of a cold-stunned sea turtle—from their rescue on the beaches of Cape Cod to rehabilitation at the National Aquarium to their eventual release to their ocean home.
Mimi and her friends explore a Minnesota milkweed patch, counting monarchs to help scientists track the butterfly population.
When St. Louis’ SciGirls find the amphibian population in decline, they hop to it!
All animals and people live on the earth together. When animals become endangered, we all need to help.
Join Chelsea McKinney on one of our first episodes at the National Conservation Training Center to visit our Bald Eagle Nest and learn how we can use online remote cameras to study the United States’ national bird.
Join Chelsea Mckinney in the great plains of Colorado to visit the National Black-Footed Ferret Conservation Center and learn about the endangered and elusive Black-Footed Ferret.
Join Chelsea Mckinney in the Appalachian Mountains to visit Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge and learn about the tiniest animal to date on the Conservation Connect Series, the endangered Cheat Mountain Salamander.
Join Chelsea Mckinney in the Grand Canyon in Arizona to visit the muddy Colorado River and learn about an endangered fish, the Humpback Chub.
Join Chelsea Mckinney in the sky to fly over waterfowl habitat and learn more about migratory birds, waterfowl, and life as a pilot biologist for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Electrofishing is a common scientific survey method used to sample fish populations to determine abundance, density, and species composition.
Paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) is one of only two paddlefish species in the world and is the only paddlefish species in North America, the other is in China.