This series inspires a new generation of conservation stewards by taking students on e-fieldtrips across the country to learn more about wildlife species, conservation careers, and technology used to study and protect these wild creatures.
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 Tiana Jones, in the deciduous eastern forests to visit a bear den in the middle of hibernation and learn more about North America’s most common bear, the Black Bear.
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 on one of our first episodes into some of the cave systems on the east coast to learn about bats and their importance in our ecosystems.
Join Chelsea Mckinney in the bogs of the Mid-Atlantic to find North America’s smallest and most secretive endangered turtle.
Join Chelsea Mckinney at the Leetown Science Center to meet scientist Dr. Nathaniel Hitt and learn about how climate change is affecting Brook Trout and other cold water loving fish species.
Join Chelsea Mckinney in the mountain ranges of California to visit Hopper Mountain National Wildlife Refuge and learn about the largest flying bird in North America, a species of vulture with a wingspan of about 10 feet, the endangered California Condor.
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.
Meet Matthew Patterson a Mussel Biologist and learn about the exciting life that exsists at the bottom of rivers and streams.
Join Chelsea Mckinney in the Grand Canyon in Arizona to visit the muddy Colorado River and learn about an endangered fish, the Humpback Chub.
oin Louie Ocaranza on a spring birding trip in the eastern deciduous forest to learn more about migratory birds and how scientists track populations through a technique known as bird banding.