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Diversity is an important element of the Conservation Tales.
Come meet all our characters as they learn about wildlife and conservation!
Community Day at the Midwest Museum of Natural History
The entire Conservation Tale team will be at MMNH to help lead some Community Day activities! Join us there to learn about conservation actions, scientific research about wildlife, and some fun activities at the museum!
We'll also have some art activities... maybe including some four-legged artists!
March 23, 2019
Midwest Museum of Natural History
Caring for the living things that share our planet starts early. Our children and grandchildren will make the choices that may make the difference between extinction and survival for many species. Help them understand the science behind wildlife conservation while discovering potential careers and experiencing inquiry-based science at home.
The Conservation Tales books are more than just stories about animals! Each story is based on the work of real scientists who study the animals in the wild. The illustrations and photos help children learn what scientists do. Each book also has conservation actions you can do at home, and inquiry learning activities for school, home, or after-school settings.
Click the menu links to see more about each book! You can find some educational links and behind-the-scenes photos on the Extras page!
The first volume, The Cerulean Warbler, has been joined by six other volumes! See the Books tab in the menu to find out how to order a copy. Educators, check out the teacher discount if you are ordering for your classroom or nature center.
More books are on the way, too! Keep an eye on our page, or follow us on Facebook to see when new volumes in the series are released!
Conservation Tales in the News!
This article in the BSU Daily News gives an overview of the current Conservation Tales project.
From WRBI, a radio station in
Ripley County, Indiana, featured Mary Brown, one of our educators.
Another story features Sami Pfaff, illustrator on three books in the series. This article is from the Dubois County Herald.
The Ball State Daily News just published a 2nd article about the Conservation Tales project. Read about it here!
The Muncie Star Press mentioned Conservation Tales in an article about the April's 1st Thursday Arts Walk!
The following partners support the Conservation Tales series and our mission to protect wildlife in our communities. Click their logos to visit their websites.