"The Amateur Entomologists' Society, founded in 1935, is a registered charity run by volunteers for those with an interest in insects (entomology). Many members also have a wider interest in natural history in general. Our objective is to promote the study of entomology, especially amongst amateurs and the younger generation."
AWEA is the nation's main trade association for the wind energy industry. Its website provides current data on wind energy projects, both the operational and those in stages of development; companies working in the wind energy field; technology development; and policy developments related to wind and other renewable energy development.
"Wildlife films and photos are vital weapons in the battle to save the world's endangered species from the brink of extinction. So with the help of the world’s best filmmakers, photographers, conservationists and scientists, ARKive is creating the ultimate multimedia guide to the world's endangered animals, plants and fungi."
At the Barn Owl Trust users can find many useful resources dedicated to barn owls including live web cams, audio files of owl calls, owl identification, slideshows, information on how to build an owl nestbox and much more.
"BiodIS, K-State's Biodiversity Information System, is a collaborative project to expose information associated with the University's natural history collections to a diverse group of users. Based largely on the Herbarium and Museum of Entomological and Prairie Arthropod Research, BiodIS is a portal for users of all ages and fields who have an interest in or need for biodiversity data, including taxonomic, geographic, and ecological information, accompanied by a variety of digital resources."
"BioEd Online is the online educational resource for educators, students, and parents. BioEd Online utilizes state-of-the-art technology to give you instant access to reliable, cutting-edge information and educational tools for biology and related subjects. Our goal is to provide useful, accurate, and current information and materials that build upon and enhance the skills and knowledge of science educators."
"The Butterflies and Moths of North America (BAMONA) project is ambitious effort to collect and provide access to quality-controlled data about butterflies and moths for the continent of North America from Panama to Canada."
"The Butterfly Website is the world's oldest and largest website dedicated to butterflies and moths. Here you'll find hundreds of articles about butterflies and moths, an extensive clipart collection, many photographs, videos, butterfly gardening tips, links to purchase butterflies for your wedding or special event, and a lot more. Don't miss our inspiring stories - over 1,000 beautiful stories - about ways in which peoples' lives have been magically touched by butterflies."