Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources
Berry Center 231
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
WYNDD is Wyoming's best resource for information on Wyoming plants, animals and ecosystems, particularly Wyoming species that are rare or threatened. They maintain a huge database of where and when these species are sighted, how their distributions change over time, their influences on related species and environmental processes, how they react to changing conditions, and more. WYNDD ecologists are great resources related to field research, data synthesis, mapping and GIS, and networking with biologists throughout the state and region.
Enhanced study of a scientific question - students delve deeper by working with scientists to answer questions textbooks don't address.
Integrated learning, ranging from hypothesis formation, data analysis, mapping and tracking, and more.
Engagement with the scientific community - students feel a heightened sense of investment in the topic because it creates a platform for interacting with real scientists.
Contact the Biodiversity Institute at 307-766-6240 or email@example.com to discuss with Dorothy Tuthill, Associate Director, what your class can do this school year!