Educational Resources for Illinois Birds!

Birding in Illinois Brochure
Biodiversity of Illinois Searchable Index
ENTICE Workshops Web Page
Getting Wild in Illinois: Bobwhite Quail Information Pages
Getting Wild in Illinois: Gray Partridge Information Pages
Getting Wild in Illinois: Mourning Dove Information Pages
Getting Wild in Illinois: Ring-necked Pheasant Information Pages
Help Bring Back Our Gems of Blue Brochure
Illinois Birds Resources Trunk
Illinois Birds Unit Lessons
Illinois Birds: Volume I, Raptors Poster
Illinois Birds: Volume II, Wood-warblers Poster
Illinois Birds: Volume III, Species of Concern Poster
Illinois Birds: Volume IV, Sparrows, Weaver Finches and Longspurs Poster
Illinois Birds: Volume V, Shorebirds Poster

Illinois Pollinators Resources Trunk
Kids for Conservation® Archive – September 2014, Migration
Kids for Conservation® Archive – November 2014, Waterfowl
Kids for Conservation® Archive – January 2015, Owls
Kids for Conservation® Archive – February 2015, Animal Signs
Kids for Conservation® Archive – September 2015, Mourning Doves
Kids for Conservation® Archive – November 2015, Wild Turkeys
Kids for Conservation® Archive – January 2016, Hawks
Kids for Conservation® Archive – February 2016, Snow Goose
Kids for Conservation® Archive – November 2016, Canada Goose
Kids for Conservation® Archive – January 2017, Feeding Birds in Winter
Kids for Conservation® Archive – April 2017, Northern Cardinal
Kids for Conservation® Archive – December 2017, Mallard
Kids for Conservation® Archive – January 2018, Bald Eagle
Kids for Conservation® Archive – April 2018, American Robin
Kids for Conservation® Archive – December 2018, Osprey
Kids for Conservation® Archive – January 2019, Bird Beaks
Kids for Conservation® Archive – February 2019, Wood Duck
Kids for Conservation® Archive – July 2019, Great Blue Heron
Kids for Conservation® Archive – October 2019, Bird Songs and Calls
Kids for Conservation® Archive – November 2019, Adaptations: Color
Kids for Conservation® Archive – February 2021, Adaptations: Feathers
Kids for Conservation® Archive – April 2022, Birds of Illinois
Landscaping for Wildlife Booklet

Resources Trunks and Field Trip Packs
The Bobwhite in Illinois: Its Past, Present and Future Publication
Waterfowl
Wild About Illinois Birds Web page
Wood Projects for Illinois Wildlife Booklet

 Podcasts and SMARTBoard™ Lessons

American Robin
Bald Eagle
Bird Beaks
Bird Songs and Calls
Birds of Illinois
Feeding Birds in Winter
Great Blue Heron
Hawks of Illinois
Hey IDNR...How do I Focus Binoculars?
Illinois Birds
Illinois Osprey Recovery Project
Mallard
Mourning Doves
Northern Cardinal
Osprey
Owls of Illinois
The Case of the Greater Prairie-chicken illustrates an activity included in the Illinois Biodiversity Basics teaching unit
The Greater Prairie-chicken in Illinois
Waterfowl
What Am I? Bird I
What Am I? Bird II
What Am I? Bird III
What Am I? Bird IV
What Am I? Bird V
Wild Turkey
Wing It!
Wing It! Quiz

 A Year With Wildlife (English and Spanish)

Find out what happens to wildlife during every month of the year with this 24-page activity book. The color-by-number pages will help students gain a realistic perspective on how these species actually appear. Targeted Grades: K-3. Permission to photocopy these pages is granted for use with students in the classroom.

 Creatures of the Night (English and Spanish)

Activity book has coloring pages which contain information and activities about nocturnal species. Targeted Grades: K-6. Permission to photocopy these pages is granted for use with students in the classroom.

 Illinois Common Birds (English and Spanish)

Activity book contains coloring pages for 18 bird species found in Illinois. Student activities and information are also included. Targeted Grades: 4-8. Permission to photocopy these pages is granted for use with students in the classroom.

 Illinois' State Symbols (English and Spanish)

Activity book contains coloring pages and facts about the state symbols. Targeted Grades: K-6. Permission to photocopy these pages is granted for use with students in the classroom.

 Masters of the Air (English and Spanish)

Activity book contains coloring pages depicting 16 species of Illinois owls and hawks. Information and activities about these raptors are also included. Targeted Grades: K-8. Permission to photocopy these pages is granted for use with students in the classroom.

 Prairie Primer

Students of grades 4-8 can learn about the ecology of Illinois' prairie habitats with this 32-page publication. The accompanying poster depicts the organisms that are discussed in the text.

 Wildlife Coloring Book

This activity book contains coloring pages of eight common wildlife species from our state.