1. Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust - WWT

    www.wwt.org.uk

    Engendering care and concern for wetlands by focusing on rare wetland birds and bringing people into close contact with ducks, geese, and swans at centers throughout ...

  2. Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS), an International ...

    sws.org

    a non-profit organization founded to promote wetland science and the exchange of information related to wetlands.

  3. Urrbrae Wetland Learning Centre - Home

    www.urrbraewetlandlc.org

    The Urrbrae Wetland Learning Centre is located in Netherby, SA and aims develop, promote and deliver specialist and engaging environmentally based education programs ...

  4. Requirements of Certification - Society of Wetland

    wetlandcert.org/requirements.html

    The Society of Wetland Scientists Professional Certification Program, serving the public's need to identify qualified individuals to assess and manage the Nation's ...

  5. Application Forms - Society of Wetland Scientists

    www.wetlandcert.org/forms.html

    The Society of Wetland Scientists Professional Certification Program, serving the public's need to identify qualified individuals to assess and manage the Nation's ...

  6. Swamp Life Animal Printouts - EnchantedLearning.com

    www.enchantedlearning.com/biomes/swamp/swamp.shtml

    Swamp Life Animal Printouts. Swamps are teeming with both animal and plant life. Some animals live in the water (fish, crayfish, etc.), some live above the water ...

  7. Wetlands | Habitats | WWF - World Wildlife Fund

    www.worldwildlife.org › x Habitats

    A wetland is a place where the land is covered by water, either salt, fresh or somewhere in between. Marshes and ponds, the edge of a lake or ocean, the delta at the ...

  8. Ponds and Wetland Science - Earth's Kids

    www.earthskids.com/ek_science-pond-wetland.htm

    Because wetlands occur in so many different parts of the world and vary greatly, there are many different words used to describe them, even ...

  9. FRESHWATER WETLANDS - KDE Santa Barbara

    kids.nceas.ucsb.edu/biomes/freshwaterwetlands.html

    FRESHWATER WETLANDS . Location | Plants | Animals | People | Links. LOCATION: Wetlands are areas where standing water covers the soil or an area where the ground is ...

  10. Why are wetlands important? | NSW Environment &

    www.environment.nsw.gov.au › Topics › Water

    Wetlands provide significant economic, social and cultural benefits. They are important for primary products such as pastures, timber and fish and support ...