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Whale Links

  • Allied Whale Allied Whale, College of the Atlantic's marine mammal research group, was founded in 1972 to conduct research for the effective conservation of marine mammal populations and their habitats, and to train students to enter careers related to those goals. While our research is primarily based in the Gulf of Maine, our efforts extend across the North Atlantic from Canada to the British Isles, all the way down to South America and Antarctica.

  • Cape Ann Whale Watch Whale watch company out of Gloucester, Massachusetts.

  • Center for Coastal Studies A private non-profit organization for research, conservation and education in the coastal and marine environments.

  • Center for Oceanic Research and Education CORE is an organization dedicated to the study and conservation of cetaceans. Cetaceans are whales, dolphins and porpoises. CORE's mission is to promote stewardship and conservation of cetaceans and their marine environment.

  • The Cetacean Nation A new way of thinking and being is currently evolving on our planet. We can now recognize that there is another bonafide intelligence that occupies our world besides us. They have been here for millions of years and have CONSCIOUSNESS.

  • Cetacean Society International The goal of the Cetacean Society International is to achieve on a global basis the "optimum utilization of cetacean resources" [1946 International Whaling Commission Treaty] through benign utilization and the elimination of all killing and captive display of whales, dolphins, and porpoises. To this end, we seek in every peaceful way to minimize cetacean killings and captures, and to maximize activities that neither harm nor harass, such as regulated whale watching, nonlethal research, and widespread educational, aesthetic, and environmental programs relating to free-living whales, dolphins, and porpoises. Our ultimate aim is peaceful coexistence and mutual enrichment for humans and cetaceans.

  • The Dolphin Place This site is mainly all about Dolphins. Dolphins are the most majestic mammals in the sea. This site has lots of information and even a page of the most commonly asked questions about dolphins. Beautiful "Flash" intro page.

  • Heather and Leslie's Experience with Humpback Whales Through journal excerpts and photographs, Leslie and Heather document their experiences with humpback whales on Silver Bank in the Dominican Republic.

  • The Husavik Whale Centre in Iceland The Husavik Whale Centre, established in December 1997, is a non-profit educational information centre on cetaceans and marine wildlife. It is located in Husavik, in the North of Iceland, which is now considered to be "Europe's #1 Whale Watching Location". The main goal of the Whale Centre was and is to promote whales, whale watching, their life and habitat around Iceland and to provide information to the public visiting Husavik.

  • In the Wild Productions In the Wild Productions is a video production company that specializes in recording wildlife and outdoor adventures! We offer outstanding whale watching videos, broadcast quality stock video footage of whales, dolphins and other marine wildlife and professional recording and production services.

  • MarineBio.org A nonprofit organization staffed by volunteer marine biologists, students, professors, and conservation advocates working to share the wonders of the ocean realm to inspire education, research and a sea ethic.

  • Newburyport Whale Watch Look for whales, dolphins and pelagic birds on a whale watching trip from Newburyport, Massachusetts to Stellwagen Bank or Jeffreys Ledge.

  • Sacred Swims and Communication with Humpback Whales Learn about swimming with whales, communicating with whales, and helping to heal and save the whales! Welcome to a sacred place to share your love of whales.

  • Stefan's Orca Homepage Pictures and information about Orcas.

  • Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary The Gerry E. Studds-Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary's mission is to conserve, protect, and enhance the biodiversity, ecological integrity, and cultural legacy of this 842-square-mile stretch of open water and the seafloor below located at the mouth of Massachusetts Bay. Come visit the Sanctuary (either virtually or physically) and discover the fascinating creatures and exciting work now taking place in this magnificent national treasure!

  • U.S. Citizens Against Whaling It is the mission of U.S. Citizens Against Whaling to save and protect whales world wide from hunting. Our first and foremost objective at this time is preventing the further illegal slaughter of California Gray Whales in Washington waters. We will accomplish these goals through direct action, education, applying political pressure and to change legislature. We will work in cooperation with other anti-whaling organizations and will not stop until all whales are free of harrassment from man.

  • Voyage of the Odyssey A five-year, global, scientific expedition to study whales and the health of the world's oceans. Dr. Roger Payne, who directs this work, has been studying whales and working for their conservation for over 30 years. The Voyage of the Odyssey arrived in Boston, MA USA on August 17, 2005 completing its 5-year global science and education expedition.

  • The Whale Center of New England The Whale Center of New England (WCNE), formerly the Cetacean Research Unit (CRU), was founded in 1980 to study the whales using waters off the Massachusetts coast, especially Stellwagen Bank and Jeffreys Ledge. A pre-eminent research institution, its over 20 years of field-based studies, utilizing individual identification markings for detailed behavioral studies are the basis for many published scientific articles by the Whale Center's staff and interns, the development of educational materials, and involvement in conservation efforts involving marine animals and their habitat.

  • Whale Net Whale Net is an interactive educational project (whale, seal, dolphin, porpoise and turtle data) sponsored by Wheelock College in Boston, Massachusetts with support from the National Science Foundation.

  • Whale-Watching-Web Excellent whale resource out of Helsinki, Finland. "By watching the whales you can prolong the life of cetaceans as a species."

  • World Wide Whale A site dedicated to Cetaceans, the whales and dolphins of this blue planet and the people who fight to save them.

  • Yankee Whale Watching and Deep Sea Fishing Exciting Whale Watching and Deep Sea Fishing, just 35 minutes north of Boston, for over 60 years. 'A Must See. One of the Outstanding Reasons to Visit New England'-- Editor's Pick, Yankee Magazine.

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Gloucester Links and Links Related to the Sea

  • Cape Ann Images "Artists have been drawn to these shores for several hundred years, they followed the light painting and sketching these surroundings. What artists capture with paint on canvas, I attempt to capture with a click.....if I'm lucky!"

  • Cape Ann Web Online information for the Cape Ann communities of Gloucester, Rockport and Essex, MA.

  • Cape Pond Ice Cape Pond Ice Company is a full service ice manufacturer located on the waterfront in Gloucester, Massachusetts. In addition to our unique 300 ton block ice capacity and automatic 50 ton TURBO ice system, we are proud to offer our authentic Cape Pond Ice, Gloucester - The Coolest Guys Around � shirts, which have been worn by our staff and fishermen ice customers for years.

  • Fisherman Gary Swain's photographs from aboard The "Hannah Boden" The following photos were taken aboard the real "Hannah Boden" out on the Grand Banks, a trip during which 70,000 pounds of swordfish were caught. (This huge catch is mentioned in Sebastian Junger's book The Perfect Storm.) The photos are narrated by Gary Swain, a fisherman aboard the Hannah Boden on that trip, who took these photos.

  • Fishing Boat Photographs The fishing boat photographs of Andrew Denholm.

  • FishResearch.org FishResearch.org was developed to provide a neutral ground for information about collaborative fishery research. We hope that bringing information about fishermen, scientists, funding sources and research priorities together in one place will make life a little easier for all concerned.

  • Follow the Gleam The Natural Light Photography of Leslie D. Bartlett.

  • The Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center The Gloucester Maritime Heritage Center is the only working historic waterfront in the Northeast that combines a historic working marine railway, where wooden vessels are hauled and repaired, with a Gulf of Maine aquarium, vessels tracing the fishing history of Gloucester, ongoing construction of wooden boats, and educational exhibits and programs.

  • Good Morning Gloucester--My View of Life on the Dock Good Morning Gloucester is the spawn of a thread on Cape Ann Online. The thread started as a daily blog of life on the docks and family photos but as it got longer and longer I realized that a blog is a much better way to organize and share.

  • HowdyDave Maritime An excellent selection of maritime related links.

  • Linda Greenlaw-The Official Website Hi, I'm Linda Greenlaw, and this is my website. So if you're fishing around the internet for information about me, my books or the best recipe for lobster casserole, look no further. Those of you who have read my other books know that I've been promising a novel for the last seven years. Being a woman of my word, here it is; SLIPKNOT. The first of a series, this murder mystery was one year in the making. Of course I still fished lobster traps part time last season--which has become my way of clearing my head and keeping the writing fresh. Fishing only seems to be done in the margins of my life now, and that won't change anytime soon, as I'll be embarking upon a promotional tour beginning in mid June(07). I'll be traipsing all around the country for two months, so please check my schedule and drop in to say hello when I am in your neighborhood bookstore.

  • Log of the Knotty Dog "This website has been designed for those friends and acquaintances that wanted to follow along our journey. We've taken photos and written a journal of our experiences for all to share. Nothing professional here, just a fun and honest interpretation of our adventure. We tried to put everything in a chronological order the best we could as we traveled. It was not always easy to keep it going as the demands of the trip were great and the ports rustic. We hope that our journal will be fun and allow you to join us from your arm chair, experiencing our laughs, fears, frustration, and elation along the way."

  • Maine Harbors Tide charts, New England Nautical Links, Web Cams and more.

  • The Marine Art Information Center The focal point for marine art on the web. A picture gallery of 200 marine watercolours and paintings supplemented by information on maritime art: auctions, galleries, history, photography, research and museums.

  • Mark Teiwes Photography Mark lives north of Boston, MA. He works for the Community Newspaper Company as a staff photojournalist for 20 newspapers.

  • The Mother of All Maritime Links If it has to do with the sea you will find it here.

  • Nautical World Old and new pictures of all kinds, including of fishing boats, ships, seascapes, buildings, lighthouses, shipwrecks, Alcatraz, and many more.

  • New England Lighthouses: A Virtual Guide Photographs of and information on New England's shining beacons.

  • NOAA The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) conducts research and gathers data about the global oceans, atmosphere, space, and sun, and applies this knowledge to science and service that touch the lives of all Americans.

  • NOAA Ocean Explorer: Steamship Portland Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary researchers, along with the NOAA-UConn team and filmmakers from The Science Channel, return to the wreck of the famed 19th-century steamship Portland from Sept.13-Sept. 20, 2003. Kicking off the week-long expedition to peer into the vessel's past and plan for its future, the team is conducting the first surveys of the Portland since its location was confirmed in August 2002 within NOAA's Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary off the Massachusetts coast.

  • On the Cove This is a diary of living on Lanes Cove, a small cove in the Lanesville area of Gloucester Massachusetts.

  • Out of Gloucester Historians have estimated that 8,000 to 10,000 men who went fishing out of Gloucester have perished since the founding of the Massachusetts Bay Colony at Cape Ann in 1623. Here are the stories of the fishermen who have lost their lives fishing out of Gloucester, as well as some history of the industry and the families that made Gloucester the oldest active seaport in the United States.

  • The Paint Factory Future Home of Ocean Alliance. We invite you to join in the restoration of this Gloucester, MA historic landmark.

  • Parlez Moi Blog Thoughts on writing, art, books, design, knitting, textiles, & life in America's oldest seaport. From www.KathleenValentine.com.

  • The Perfect Storm Foundation The mission of The Perfect Storm Foundation is to provide educational and cultural opportunities to young people whose parents make their living in the commercial fishing industry and in working maritime communities. Established by Sebastian Junger, author of "The Perfect Storm".

  • Perfect Storm Newspaper Articles Gloucester Daily Times stories detailing "The Perfect Storm" of October, 1991 and its aftermath.

  • SchoonerMan This is a site for you if you love the sight of the schooner on the sea. The feel of your feet on the deck of the schooner as it rides over the ocean waves. The power of the wind as it fills the sails and move a mighty schooner on it way. If you enjoy the challenge of facing the elements from the clear star filled nights to the wind blowing at gale force... you're a schooner man. We have information on tall ships from the Seven Seas and the sweet seas too. If you are looking for information on a schooner, brig, brigantine, bark and fully rigged tall ship start your search here. So visit with us these tall ships of yesterday and meet the seafaring men that sailed them.

  • Ship Photos.co.uk This site was created to display the best of our ship photographs which have mostly been taken around Britain and Europe over the last 15 years.

  • Shooting My Universe Photographs of Gloucester by Steve. "I’m just out walking about with my camera, shooting my universe. That's what I do."

  • Shute and Merchant Shute and Merchant, a Gloucester fish company from 1862 to 1907, was founded by James L. Shute and William T. Merchant. Shute and Merchant was involved preserving and packing of fish, and used many forms of advertising to make customers aware of their many products until 1907 when they became part of the Gorton-Pew Fisheries Co. Much of the fish they packed was put in boxes produced by the Merchant Box and Cooperage, later known as the Merchant Box Company. Shute and Merchant was located on the land known as the Head of the Harbor in Gloucester, which is also part of the Cape Ann area of Massachusetts.

  • Todd Gross New England Weather Interactive Weather Forecasts, Technical Weather Discussions, Astronomy Highlights, Nature Discussion, and the Best Links Ever to the World of Weather! Website of the weather forecaster portrayed in "The Perfect Storm".

  • UFiSH Bringing you premium information on the world of fishing and boating from charters, boat builders and products and service sites to marine/weather forecasts, Loran/GPS coordinates & fishing tips and much more...

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Walden Pond and Henry David Thoreau Links

  • The Blog of Henry David Thoreau Blogger Greg Perry posts entries from Thoreau's journals on a daily basis.

  • Earth Day 2009-Walden, The Ballad of Thoreau A two act, four character play about the final two days Henry David Thoreau spent in his cabin before leaving Walden Pond. The Walden play is available FREE of charge to high schools and colleges as a special event Earth Day 2009 project

  • Life with Principle--Thoreau's Voice in Our Time "Life With Principle" is a powerful interactive educational DVD-ROM. Respected teachers, educators, and scholars from 28 U.S. States collaborated to produce more than 100 pages of classroom material, including the following: 6 Curricula for the 6 thematic chapters of the "Life With Principle" film, a 16 page Study Guide, and a Scholarly Commentary by Dr. Bradley P. Dean. Educators from around the world have written in to comment on the quality and usefulness of this product for their classrooms.

  • So Many Books The agony and ecstasy of a reading life.

  • Thoreau Farm Trust The Thoreau Farm Trust, a private 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, plans to restore and reuse the birth house of Henry David Thoreau. In keeping with Thoreau's commitment to simplicity, education, and life lived close to the land, we will use environmentally friendly restoration principles and open the house to the public as an education center.

  • Thoreau land and property surveys Among Thoreau's many talents was that of a surveyor in the town of Concord, MA.

  • The Thoreau Reader Readable online editions of Thoreau's works, some annotated, with an introduction to Thoreau, images, essays, help for students and teachers, and links to other Thoreau and Walden pages.

  • Thoreau, Walden and the Environment Internet home for three organizations: the Thoreau Society, the Thoreau Institute, and the Walden Woods Project.

  • Walden Pond State Reservation The official website of the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation.

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Wolf Links

  • Cherokee Wolf Great collection of wolf and Native American links.

  • L. David Mech Dave Mech (pronounced Meech) is a wildlife research biologist who has studied large carnivores, especially wolves, and their prey. See Dave's other site for information related to his official duties and career. Mech's strong vocational interest in wildlife research and conservation is matched by several avocational interests. This site expands on some of those subjects, including wildlife photography, preservation of wild lands, human ecology, evolutionary biology, and social justice.

  • Live Wolfcam Live photos from the Wolf Habitat at Bays Mountain Park in Kingsport, Tennessee.

  • International Wolf Center The International Wolf Center, located in Ely, Minnesota, supports the survival of the wolf around the world by teaching about its life, its association with other species and its dynamic relationship to humans.

  • Practical Ethics A website committed to the well-being of people, animals and nature.

  • Ralph Maughan's Wildlife Reports Yellowstone wolf reintroduction and Idaho wolf reintroduction took place in 1995 and 1996. This is the home page for information about the wolf reintroduction's subsequent history, current wolf news, statistics about wolves, and information about other Northern Rocky Mountains wolf country wildlife issues and events.

  • The Searching Wolf The Searching Wolf with undaunted courage and relentless fortitude is constantly on the move seeking out wolf information and stuff wherever it can be found. It's here, it's there, it's everywhere! It's The Searching Wolf! The Searching Wolf maintains this site for the entertainment and enlightenment of wolf fans everywhere.

  • Selkywolf's Den A beautiful site focusing on wolves and Native Americans.

  • Wolf Conservation Center Located in South Salem, New York, the Wolf Conservation Center is founded on the philosophy that personal acquaintance of people with wolves builds a bridge of understanding and concern for wolves in the wild. Meeting these individuals helps to demystify the species for visitors. With their help, we hope to educate the public towards responsible stewardship of our environment and its fragile ecosystems.

  • Wolf Country An information and education site about wolves. Wolfcountry is dedicated to promoting wolf education and providing information about these fascinating animals. This site is also the official home of the Richard E. Flauto Wildlife Foundation.

  • Wolf Haven International Wolf Haven International's objectives include: protecting wild wolves and their habitat, promoting wolf reestablishment in historic ranges, providing a sanctuary for captive wolves, educating the public on the value of all wildlife. Wolf Haven International develops and implements educational programs and materials to be used both on and off-site in order to help others learn about the environment and about wolves and other wildlife, in the hope of fostering a greater respect for the natural world. Wolf Haven International's sanctuary provides a permanent home for captive-born gray wolves. Located in Tenino, Washington.

  • Wolf Hollow Wolf Hollow, located in Ipswich, Massachusetts, is a non-profit organization established in 1990 to teach people about the importance of the wolf in the wild. Wolf Hollow offers a unique opportunity to view gray wolves in as natural a setting as possible. Come see how they interact with their pack members and live in a social unit very similar to human families.

  • Wolf Source This site is dedicated to providing the public, information and educational resources concerning the wolf and its habitat throughout the world.

  • Wolf Trust Wolf Trust promotes the reintroduction and recovery of wolves in Britain in the Scottish Highlands.

  • Wolves of the World Excellent site with photographs and information on many different types of wolves.

  • Wonderful Wolff Web Wolf info, history, photographs, graphics.

  • World of the Wolf Welcome to WORLD of the WOLF, A Natural History of the Canidae. Here I would like to share my knowledge of the family of wolves, along with some other species of canids such as foxes, the African wild dog, the dingo, and others. The natural history of the mammalian order Carnivora, in particular the canids, is a subject I find most intriguing and it has long been one of my special areas of study.

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Astronomy Links

  • Astronomy Picture of the Day Each day a different image or photograph of our fascinating universe is featured, along with a brief explanation written by a professional astronomer.

  • Cassini-Huygens Mission to Saturn The Cassini spacecraft was launched on October 15, 1997. It arrived at Saturn in the summer of 2004. All the latest information on the current status of the mission.

  • Earth and Moon Viewer You can view either a map of the Earth showing the day and night regions at this moment, or view the Earth from the Sun, the Moon, the night side of the Earth, above any location on the planet specified by latitude, longitude and altitude, from a satellite in Earth orbit, or above various cities around the globe. In addition to the Earth, you can also view the Moon from the Earth, Sun, night side, above named formations on the lunar surface, or as a map showing day and night. A related document compares the appearance of the Moon at perigee and apogee, including an interactive Perigee and Apogee Calculator.

  • Heavens Above Track the International Space Station or the Space Shuttle. Jam packed with information and statistics on everything under the sun---and stars.

  • Human Spaceflight-Orbital Tracking Track the Space Shuttle and the International Space Station. The beta version of the Orbital Tracker has been updated to more accurately depict the shuttle and station as they orbit the Earth. New features include zoom and rendezvous views as well as audio of shuttle engine firings.

  • Mike Boschat's Astronomy Page Mike Boschat has been studying astronomy for over 40 years. He has 32 comet discoveries to his credit. His site features a large list of links to astronomy related websites.

  • NASA A wealth of information on spaceflight.

  • Sky and Telescope Magazine The essential astronomy magazine.

  • StarDate Online Non-technical information about astronomy and space exploration, including stargazing tips, FAQs, sky almanac, solar system guide, StarDate magazine articles, and K-12 teacher resources. StarDate Online is the web companion to the popular syndicated radio program.

  • Stargazer Online Excellent astronomy site by Richard Bell with hundreds of links to other astronomy websites.

  • Stellar Scenes by Naoyuki Kurita Celestial photo albums taken by Naoyuki Kurita in Japan. Includes over 300 photographs grouped into 7 albums.

  • Welcome to the Planets This is a collection of many of the best images from NASA's planetary exploration program. The collection has been extracted from the interactive program "Welcome to the Planets" which was distributed on the Planetary Data System Educational CD-ROM Version 1.5 in December 1995. It has also been updated with the addition of more recent images.

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Nature Photography Links

  • All About Cameras Digital camera reviews, pictures, info and more!

  • Animals & Birds Images by Vadim Onishchenko "Welcome to my photo gallery. Here you can find big number of wildlife and genre images from around the world. All pictures are taken in wild nature. Here I can show you wild world of predators, big cats big hunt, birds of prey. The wild kingdom of power, beauty and skill."

  • Bambriarsilk's "Tennen-mushin-ryu" Concept of this site: Pure spiritual world and genuine handicrafts through flyfishing.

  • Biological Photo Gallery Thomas "Hank" Hogan's website covering many aspects of nature photography including infrared, micro, visible and ultraviolet. Interesting site.

  • Black Bass Fishing Publishing original photos and movies on bass,pike and trout fishing. The videos are in Divx format for faster download and better quality. Photos are jpg or gif and you can request for free full size photos.

  • Cherish Claire Photography Whales, dolphins and other marine animals.

  • Dean Birders Birdwatching information, gallery, and daily photo reports from the Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire, England maintained by and for disabled and housebound birdwatchers.

  • Digital Photography Review Where you'll find all the latest in digital photography and imaging news, reviews of the latest digital cameras and accessories, the most active discussion forums, a large selection of sample images, a digital camera buyers guide, side-by-side comparisons and the most comprehensive database of digital camera features and specifications. We believe in quality, original, unbiased content.

  • Follow the Gleam The Natural Light Photography of Leslie D. Bartlett.

  • Free Nature Wallpaper Featuring the photography of Eugene Feygin.

  • The Highland Gallery Nature photography from the Southern Appalachian Highlands by Jeff White.

  • John Foltz Photography Featuring photographs of the Dominican Republic, Idaho and Western USA.

  • Mark Picard Photography Welcome to Mark Picard's gallery of New England images: wildlife, nature and scenics; moose being his specialty. Mark is a self-taught photographer with over 25 years of experience in the field.

  • Mark Raymond Mason Fine Art Abstract Photography Fine art rural and urban abstract photography by Mark Raymond Mason. Photographic print galleries of nature and humanity.

  • Matt Darby Photography Since being inspired to document a visit to the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal in 1988, photography has lead Matt Darby on a journey across much of Asia and the globe. Since that time assignments in Borneo, China, India, Nepal, Thailand and Tibet have captured his imagination for the vast region and its divergent people and cultures.

  • Michael Daniel Ho Michael Daniel Ho, is a fine art photographer living in California. After many years of traveling and wildlife photography, Mike has put together in 5 categories a collection of his favorite photographs taken over the decades. The images range from famous landmarks around the globe to wildlife as small as a Snowcap Hummingbird and as big as a Blue Whale - the largest animal in the world.

  • Milwaukee Photographer Photography like no other. Shoot the Moon creative portraits by Joy Verts.

  • Montana Pictures and Photographs "Montana is one of the most beautiful states in the United States. I have created a Montana photo gallery showing all the good Montana pictures that I have taken on my fishing and floating trips (as well as on the drive to these trips)."

  • Moose Man Nature Photos "I photograph moose mostly in Maine, as well as New Hampshire and Vermont, but plan to visit some other prime moose country very soon. What gives me the most contentment is encountering a moose, settling in with the animal: both admiring and studying all the while, and of course: clicking the shutter and capturing a golden moment in the outdoors."

  • A Natural Perspective The nature photography of Michael Unold. "For over ten years I have been taking images of nature. I have photographed birds, whales, wolves, other mammals and landscapes. All images are of non-captive subjects, except as noted. It is my desire to communicate my style and vision as a nature photographer and stress the importance of a healthy natural environment."

  • Nature Photographers Online Magazine An online magazine dedicated to nature and wildlife photography and photography instruction.

  • Nature Photography by Barbara Jordan Whales, bears, dolphins, caribou, moose, lynx, bobcat, eagle, cougar, seals and more.

  • Nature Photography by Dag Rottereng Nature photography from Norway. Galleries with landscape, wildlife, wildflower, outdoor life and panoramic images.

  • Nature Photography by Gary D. Tonhouse Exceptional nature and wildlife photography from Iowa. Excellent resource for those looking for information about nature photography, our natural environment, prairies, woodlands and wildlife.

  • Nature Photo Index Nature photography links, books, magazines, galleries, equipment, guides, workshops, tours.

  • Natures-Photos.com This site contains beautiful nature, landscape and wildlife photography. Offering Fine Art Prints for sale in a variety of sizes. All nature photographs were taken in North America. The nature, landscape and wildlife photographs contained within this site consist of sunrises, sunsets, deserts, oceans, mountains, beaches, waterfalls, birds, butterlies, flowers and more.

  • Nature's Nook A Connecticut reference of wildlife and birdwatching sites with commentary and recommendations. Current events and happenings are featured as well as a large gallery of nature photographs. You will also find a good selection of nature related links.

  • A Photographic Book Photographs by Emmanuel Buchot.

  • Photography by Byron E. Crowley Well known southeastern photojournalist and writer--photographs include travel, nature, historical surroundings, lighthouses, beautiful scenery, sea and waterscapes--and anything within site of the lens. Photographic work is done worldwide.

  • Photography by Katherine Griswold "I feel as if I can walk into your pictures." This is the phrase most often heard to describe Katherine Griswold's photographs. Her sharp eye for color and light entice the observer to step into the crisp scenes captured by her lens. In addition to her portrait and event photography, Katherine enjoys shooting natural subjects: animals, trees, landscapes. She can intuitively capture scenes with a candor that gives the gift of presence and draws the viewer into the work, almost making the canvas disappear.

  • Picturesque by Design The nature photography of Beryl Turner.

  • Salvatore Spano Photography The beautiful nature photography of Salvatore Spano.

  • Scenic Photoart Scenic photography including landscapes, seascapes, flowers and lighthouses.

  • Stephen Cresswell Photography Dragonflies, damselflies, beetles, salamanders, other macrophotography subjects, birds, mammals, and more.

  • Terrapin Photo "Subjects include ocean, surf, beaches, dunes, wetlands, sunset, sunrise, boats, and working harbor. Travel photos from National Parks, New England, the west coast, and the Appalachian Trail. All photos Copyright 1997-2003, Raphael Bustin".

  • Top Photography Sites

  • Totku Abstract photography and images of nature by Cambodian photographer Ciro Totku.

  • White Mountain Photography Owner Dana Clemons, was born and raised in Bartlett, where his family has resided for generations. His love of nature developed at an early age and photography has been his passion for many years. He spends much of his time photographing while hiking and skiing in his backyard, on Mt. Washington in the Presidential Range, and throughout the White Mountains.

  • www.soulpix.com Alessandro Marzio's nature and sculpture photography from Liguria, Italy.

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Nature Art Links

  • Becky's Wildlife and Fantasy Art Fantasy art and wildlife art by Rebecca Kemp. I have prints, t-shirts, sweatshirts, coffee mugs, notecards, totebags and mousepads with your favorite wildlife or fantasy art item on it!

  • Fantasy Steel Studio America's finest metal art in silhouette form. Unique metal art for log homes, ranches, and the English cottage gardens, as home furnishings created by fantasysteel.com. Swings, rockers and fancy brackets as functional art made from metal and wood in a nostalgic style of artistry. Designed and built in Knoxville, TN for your home and garden patio porches or den.

  • Original art restoration/Digital photo retouching Original art and paper restoration in watercolor, etching, engraving, quoache, photograph, illustration, print, pastel, document, book, as well as digital photo retouching.

  • The Waternet Project The Waternet Project aims at uniting Art and Science for just one purpose: to deal together with the theme of WATER.

  • Wildlife Artist - Susan Shimeld. Wildlife Art, Paintings, Pet Portraits, Fine Art Prints and Greetings Cards are available from Susan's Wildlife Art Gallery, Larmer Tree Studio. Nature in Art helping Wildlife Conservation.

  • Wolfseeker Wildlife Art by Pat Morris Wolf and wildlife art, pet portraits and Nascar art by wildlife artist Pat Morris.

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Animal Welfare Links

  • A.S.P.C.A. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals The ASPCA was the first humane organization in the Western Hemisphere. Our mission, as stated by our founder, Henry Bergh, in 1866, is “to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States.”

  • The Humane Society of the United States The Humane Society of the United States makes a difference in the lives of animals here at home and worldwide. The HSUS is dedicated to creating a world where our relationship with animals is guided by compassion. We seek a truly humane society in which animals are respected for their intrinsic value, and where the human-animal bond is strong.

  • The Norwegian Federation for Animal Protection The Norwegian Federation for Animal Protection has the following objectives: 1-To spread knowledge about the importance of animal welfare. 2-To influence attitudes towards animals among the general public. 3-To be a consultant for the government and others, with regard to animal related issues. 4-To take part in international animal welfare projects. 5-To undertake practical animal welfare work.

  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals PETA operates under the simple principle that animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment.

  • Practical Ethics A website committed to the well-being of people, animals and nature.

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Running Links

  • Bill Rodgers Running Center Bill Rodgers Running Center first opened it's door in 1977, in Cleveland Circle (Boston, MA). Committed to helping runners of all levels, we match up runners with the correct shoe for their foot, not the best selling or most expensive, like many other stores may do. In 1978, a second store opened in Faneuil Hall near Boston's historic waterfront.

  • Boston Athletic Association The official website of the Boston Athletic Association and B.A.A. Boston Marathon. While its signature event remains the Boston Marathon, the Boston Athletic Association has firmly established a comprehensive, year-round schedule of events that advances its mission of promoting a healthy lifestyle and encouraging fitness through running.

  • Cool Running "Cool Running is the complete online resource for runners of all ability. We love running as much as you do, which is why we have created the Web's best collection of information, services and tools for the running community. Cool Running has been online since 1995, making it the longest-running commercial site dedicated to our sport. Our mission is simple: to provide the information necessary to satisfy every aspect of the running life for every runner and running organization".

  • Craig Virgin The official site of the first and only American male to win the IAAF World Cross Country Championship.

  • DyeStat The internet home of high school track and field.

  • Flotrack A Go-to Site for anybody interested in running. Has a great collection of videos from some great people like Mark Wetmore, Frank Shorter, Deena Kastor and many more.. We also have a comprehensive races page, listing over 250 videos of the best races in track amd cross country from the olympics, NCAA...

  • Footloose Amby Burfoot's notes from the road.

  • HI-TEK Racing Featuring comprehensive Connecticut race calendar, links, on-line applications and entry, race management; pa systems, race calendar, finish line services, computer results, Running Around Connecticut Newsletter.

  • Hockomock.net Home of the Hockomock Swamp Rat Summer Road Race Series, Hockomock.net Special Features, and the HSR GPS! The HSR Summer Road Race Series is the oldest, continuous weekly racing program in New England.

  • Hodgie-San Through Miles of Years Runner Bob Hodge's collection of running photographs, daily training logs, reminiscences and more.

  • LetsRun.com "LetsRun.com is the running website for runners by runners. Our goal is to make you a better runner, and for you to enjoy your running more. We have current news, training advice, and opinionated commentary."

  • New England Runner Magazine The very best regional running publication around covering New England, New York and beyond.

  • Patti Catalano Dillon Website of the first American woman to break 2:30 for the marathon.

  • Pre's Mustache

  • Road and Track Sports An athletic footware and apparel store located in Brookfield, Connecticut, owned and operated by runner extraordinaire, Wallie Jahn. Road and Track Sports was established in 1991. It has been listed by Runner�s World magazine as one of the top running specialty stores within Connecticut and throughout the country. Everyone who works at Road and Track Sports is dedicated to the sport of running since we all run ourselves. Wallie Jahn has over 30 years experience having run forty five marathons along with hundreds of other races from 5K to half marathons.

  • Run-Down.com Your one-stop source for everything running related!

  • RunnersWeb.com An Ottawa, Ontario based running and triathlon resource site.

  • Runnerville Runnerville is a collection of voices and pens (err, keyboards) brought together to discuss the sport of running. It’s a conversation intended to engage, inspire, and prod the running community. It’s a dialog intended to encourage change. Running has reached the proverbial fork in the road. One path leads us into deeper obscurity, the other into the collective conscious of sports fans. We’re pushing for the latter.

  • Running Movies.com Your ultimate resource for running captured on film.

  • Running Past Excellent site featuring running memorabilia, history, cards, collectibles, art, trivia contests and more.

  • Run The Planet From Antarctica to Zimbabwe, Run The Planet offers descriptions of where to run and walk in the cities of the whole world, told by the locals, and to use while you are away from home. Marathon information, specialized running pages, and links. The largest worldwide running community on the Internet.

  • Scooter's Healthy and Active Living Weblog "This blog is intended to share my experiences and the things I've learned about living a healthy and active life. It will have information about weight loss, activity (exercise), and health. It may have some commentary about society. My primary exercise is running, with some walking and cycling. I'm a fan of these sports and compete regularly. I hope you find this blog useful, if there's something you'd like to see or ask, please comment on a recent posting and I'll try to respond."

  • Shoe 4 Africa Promoting Aids Awareness through sports. We collect used running shoes and send them to Africa. They are then used as prizes, incentives and rewards for needy people who cannot afford to help themselves. We sponsor athletes to study in schools and in return we ask the educational institition to add an Aids Awareness program to the curriculum. We hold races that are community events. Each participant gets a free Aids Awareness t-shirt and a health district officer is on hand for Aids info. We sponsor individual African athletes who excel at these events. We bring celebrities to the race to talk to the athletes/townsfolk, promoting a healthy lifestyle through healthy nutrition and exercise.

  • Sprintic Magazine Discover track and field running through news, articles, training descriptions, Olympic Games history, photos, and video clips.

  • Time-to-Run A comprehensive running site, with articles regarding sports medicine, nutrition, training, as well as a worldwide calendar and more. Catering for all levels of ability by providing sound advice.

  • Tommy Leonard's Excellent Adventure

  • WikiRun A running encyclopedia.

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White Mountain Links

  • Appalachian Mountain Club America's oldest conservation and recreation organization. Join us for adventures in the Northeast outdoors! Browse outdoor workshops, check out the AMC's 56 huts, lodges, and shelters, visit our online store, join or renew your membership online, plus read late-breaking and important conservation news.

  • Appalachian Trail Conference The Appalachian Trail Conference is a private, volunteer-based nonprofit organization, dedicated since 1925 to building, protecting, and managing the Appalachian Trail for the public. From Katahdin in Maine to Springer Mountain in Georgia, the Appalachian National Scenic Trail wanders the ridges and valleys of the Appalachian range for more than 2,168 miles.

  • North Conway Weather Caleb Boulter has put together an excellent website featuring his beautiful photographs and his love for the field of meteorology. The site brings you the latest weather data, historical climate information, and pristine photography from the heart of the White Mountains in New Hampshire. Beautifully designed...a "must see" site.

  • Mount Washington Observatory The Mount Washington Observatory, a non-profit scientific and educational institution, maintains a permanently staffed observatory at the top of New Hampshire's Mount Washington. Home of the world's worst weather, Mount Washington is 6288 feet above sea level and holds the world record wind of 231 mph. The Observatory conducts environmental observation, educational programs and technical research.

  • Randolph Mountain Club A volunteer-based club that maintains backcountry shelters and a network of trails on the northern slopes of the Presidential Range in White Mountain National Forest, and on the Crescent Range in Randolph, New Hampshire.

  • White Mountain Art and Artists Welcome to our web site devoted to White Mountain art and to the artists who painted in the White Mountains of New Hampshire during the 19th century. The purpose of this site is strictly educational and non-commercial. Our goal is to share information with others who have an interest in White Mountain art.

  • White Mountains Info Server Welcome to the White Mountains of New Hampshire! This site is dedicated to hiking, backpacking, skiing, snowshoeing, and all around enjoyment of the outdoors in this wonderful place.

  • White Mountain National Forest Welcome to the White Mountain National Forest! This is a special and wonderful place to visit throughout the year. There are campgrounds, hiking trails, scenic drives, historic places and plenty of space to just sit back and relax. Whether you stay for a while or just pass through, we hope you will enjoy your National Forest and all it has to offer.

  • White Mountain Photography Owner Dana Clemons, was born and raised in Bartlett, where his family has resided for generations. His love of nature developed at an early age and photography has been his passion for many years. He spends much of his time photographing while hiking and skiing in his backyard, on Mt. Washington in the Presidential Range, and throughout the White Mountains.

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Music Links

  • The Band Welcome to The Band web site, the definitive Internet resource on one of the greatest ensembles in the history of rock music.

  • Clapton.de Excellent Clapton site from Germany.

  • ClaptonWeb.com Eric Clapton--his life, his music, his guitars.

  • Crossroads Centre at Antigua An international centre of excellence for the treatment of alcohol, drugs and other addictive disorders. Founded by Eric Clapton.

  • Eric Clapton The official site.

  • ericclapton.free.fr Clapton site from France.

  • Flyfishing in Heaven My friend Takeshi-san, an avid flyfisherman from Japan, has created a page explaining the strong connection he feels to "Tears in Heaven", Eric Clapton and flyfishing.

  • Loten Namling Loten Namling is a well known Tibetan musician, artist and performer. His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama once called Loten 'a dedicated and sincere singer with a strong and powerful voice'. Besides being a lover of music and singing, Loten is an artist, cartoonist and creative thinker who has dedicated his life to preserving Tibet's rich musical heritage.

  • Niemiera Fly Rods Handsplit, handplaned bamboo fly rods crafted by John Niemiera. As a long time devotee of Eric Clapton's music, John has crafted a fly rod, endorsed by Eric, called the "Slowhand Special".

  • Paul Halley Paul Halley was born in Romford, England, and received his early musical training in Ottawa, Canada. Via a circuitous route involving two years in Jamaica, West Indies, Halley became organist and choirmaster at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York City where he served for twelve years, from 1977 to 1989, transforming the Cathedral's music program into a rich combination of classical and contemporary music. Halley also became a principal member of The Paul Winter Consort, and earned four Grammy Awards for his contributions as featured writer and performer on many Consort recordings. Following his departure from the Cathedral in 1989, Halley settled in rural Northwestern Connecticut and founded Joyful Noise, Inc., the non-profit organization which administers the activities and tours of his children's choir, Chorus Angelicus and the adult ensemble, Gaudeamus. In the fall of 1999, Halley became director of music at Trinity Episcopal Church, Torrington, CT. Beginning in July 2007, Paul Halley will become Music Director of three historic and venerable Halifax institutions: St. George�s Anglican Church (known as the Round Church), King's College Chapel, and the Atlantic School of Theology. Halley will be establishing an Organ and Choral Scholar Program, and hopes to develop a School of Sacred Music in conjunction with these new appointments.

  • Paul Winter Award-winning saxophonist, bandleader, composer, explorer of the world's musical traditions and founder of Living Music and the Paul Winter Consort, Paul Winter has been motivated for the past thirty years by the vision of a musical-ecological community, and has followed a steady course towards his unique 'Earth Music', a vital celebration of the creatures and cultures of the whole earth. Paul's musical realm has long embraced the traditions of many of the world's cultures, interweaving widely diverse instruments and elements with the extraordinary voices from what he refers to as "the greater symphony of the Earth", including wolves, whales, eagles, and several dozen other species of 'wilderness musicians'.

  • Penpa Tsering Penpa Tsering, a world-class musician, singer and dancer, was born in Tibet in 1963. His presentation includes performances on sixteen different traditional instruments, including strings, pipes and horns; dance demonstrations and explanations of Tibetan philosophy and religion.

  • Rhonda Larson "...Once every generation there comes along a transformative force that breaks all the industry rules. Larson wields her instrument like a blow torch, breaking down our Victorian preconceptions of what the classical flute should be, how it should sound and where it should take us...This intensely gifted flutist needed little more than her native Montana charm to win the hearts of the packed house..." raves Connecticut's VOICES review of Rhonda Larson & Ventus in concert.

  • Robert Messore Robert Messore (meh-sor’-ee) has been called Connecticut's finest fingerstyle guitarist. He plays beautiful instrumental guitar music and he is noted for composing tuneful pieces that work well as music, and not simply as fancy guitar playing.

  • Svavar Knútur Hailing from the harsh Icelandic western fjords, Icelandic Troubadour Svavar Knútur, summons his inner demons and outer storms to reflect upon the existential crises and frolicking joys of modern day rustic fjord dwelling men.

  • Techung Techung is a prominent Tibetan singer/songwriter living in exile in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is best known for his performances of traditional Tibetan music, dance, and opera under the name Tashi Dhondup Sharzur. He uses his childhood nickname, Techung, when performing as a solo artist. Whether performing in traditional or contemporary styles, Techung's dual goals are to revive Tibetan music in the Tibetan community and to expose the rich performing cultural tradition of his homeland to the world community.

  • Tenzin Kunsel Young Tibetan singer from New York City.

  • Where's ERIC! The Eric Clapton fanzine for Eric Clapton fans around the world.

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Weather Links

  • AWEKAS AWEKAS is an acronym for "Automatisches WEtterKArten System" (= automatic weather map system) and is, as the name suggests, a system which produces overview maps from the weather data provided by participating private weather stations.

  • Citizen Weather Observer Program Many citizen weather stations are producing weather data today. When these data are used only by the weather station owners, data quality is not an issue. With the communications revolution and the vast capabilities of the internet, many people with weather stations are sending their data far and wide for other people to use. In that case, data quality matters. The Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP) is a private-public partnership with three main goals: 1) to collect weather data contributed by citizens; 2) to make these data available for weather services; and 3) to provide feedback to the data contributors so that they have the tools to check and improve their data quality.

  • Connecticut Weather Center It is the goal of the Connecticut Weather Center to provide accurate weather information to the public and the many institutions.Our mission is to provide this information to schools, organizations, newspapers, radio, television, and other forms of public media, so that the facts about past, current and future weather events are conveyed in the most timely and accurate way possible. It is of the utmost importance that crisis information be made available to the public in time of need.

  • Davis Instruments Davis weather stations feature state-of-the-art technology at affordable prices. Used by thousands of schools, colleges, and universities throughout the world, they're also used in agriculture, industry, and research, and by homeowners, expeditions, storm chasers, and government agencies.

  • Mount Washington Observatory The Mount Washington Observatory, a non-profit scientific and educational institution, maintains a permanently staffed observatory at the top of New Hampshire's Mount Washington. Home of the world's worst weather, Mount Washington is 6288 feet above sea level and holds the world record wind of 231 mph. The Observatory conducts environmental observation, educational programs and technical research.

  • North Conway Weather Caleb Boulter has put together an excellent website featuring his beautiful photographs and his love for the field of meteorology. The site brings you the latest weather data, historical climate information, and pristine photography from the heart of the White Mountains in New Hampshire. Beautifully designed...a "must see" site.

  • Sherman, CT Weather Current weather conditions from Sherman, CT.

  • Tinos Island Weather Station Europe, Greece, Cyclades.

  • Todd Gross New England Weather Interactive Weather Forecasts, Technical Weather Discussions, Astronomy Highlights, Nature Discussion, and the Best Links Ever to the World of Weather! Website of the weather forecaster portrayed in "The Perfect Storm".

  • United States Weather Watchers Excellent informational weather site by Barometer Bob. Listen to the Barometer Bob Show every Thursday night at 8:30EST on line.

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Tibet Links

  • Amalia Rubin Awarded Best International Artist for Tibet on June 30, 2007 in Dharamsala, India.

  • The Art of Peace Foundation Dedicated to achieving the Dalai Lama’s vision of creating peace within our selves and in the world. His message is as simple as it is profound — by cultivating inner peace, our actions in the world generate happiness and peace in others.

  • Drepung Gomang Monastic College

  • Exile Lens - Frames for Tibet An endeavour to widen the limits of the Tibetan freedom struggle by providing an interactive site for images that render the story of the Tibetan people as seen through the eyes of Tibetan photographers.

  • The Government of Tibet in Exile The official website of the Tibetan Government in Exile.

  • His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet The official website of the Office of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

  • International Campaign for Tibet The International Campaign for Tibet works to promote human rights and democratic freedoms for the people of Tibet.

  • Kesang Marstrand "Born to a Danish mother and Tibetan father, Kesang (pronounced kay-song) Marstrand is not your ordinary mixed-origin singer-songwriter. Now out with her debut album Bodega Rose, Marstrand’s music is soulful acoustic that’s at once gripping and memorable."

  • Loten Namling Loten Namling is a well known Tibetan musician, artist and performer. His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama once called Loten 'a dedicated and sincere singer with a strong and powerful voice'. Besides being a lover of music and singing, Loten is an artist, cartoonist and creative thinker who has dedicated his life to preserving Tibet's rich musical heritage.

  • Music Tibet Welcome to the world of Tibetan Music-music that has the amalgamation of mystery, imagination and healing power.

  • Olympic Watch Our mission is to monitor the human rights situation in the People's Republic of China and to campaign for its improvement before Beijing is to host the 2008 Summer Olympics.

  • Panchen Lama Tibet's stolen child is Gedhun Choekyi Nyima, the boy recognized by His Holiness the Dalai Lama as one of Tibet's most important religious leaders. He is known as the Panchen Lama

  • Pema Chodron Pema Chodron is a leading exponent of teachings on meditation and how they apply to everyday life. She is widely known for her charming and down-to-earth interpretation of Tibetan Buddhism for Western audiences.

  • Penpa Tsering Penpa Tsering, a world-class musician, singer and dancer, was born in Tibet in 1963. His presentation includes performances on sixteen different traditional instruments, including strings, pipes and horns; dance demonstrations and explanations of Tibetan philosophy and religion.

  • Snow Lion Publications Snow Lion Publications was established in 1980 in Ithaca, New York. Inspired by a meeting with the Dalai Lama, the three individuals who began Snow Lion vowed to create a press devoted to the preservation of Tibetan Buddhism and culture.

  • Students for a Free Tibet Students for a Free Tibet (SFT) works in solidarity with the Tibetan people in their struggle for freedom and independence. We are a chapter-based network of young people and activists around the world. Through education, grassroots organizing, and non-violent direct action, we campaign for Tibetans fundamental right to political freedom. Our role is to empower and train youth as leaders in the worldwide movement for social justice.

  • Techung Techung is a prominent Tibetan singer/songwriter living in exile in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is best known for his performances of traditional Tibetan music, dance, and opera under the name Tashi Dhondup Sharzur. He uses his childhood nickname, Techung, when performing as a solo artist. Whether performing in traditional or contemporary styles, Techung's dual goals are to revive Tibetan music in the Tibetan community and to expose the rich performing cultural tradition of his homeland to the world community.

  • Temple Sounds Home of the finest Tibetan singing bowls and music.

  • Tenzin Kunsel Young Tibetan singer from New York City.

  • Tibetan Avenue An online Tibetan community.

  • Tibetan Village Project The Tibetan Village Project (TVP) is a non-profit, non-political organization dedicated to promoting sustainable development while preserving the rich cultural heritage of Tibet. The organization was founded in 2001 by a Tibetan couple, Tseyang and Tamdin Wangdu, with support from friends and family.

  • Tibetan Youth Congress The Tibetan Youth Congress (TYC) is a worldwide Organisation of Tibetans united in our common struggle for the restoration of complete independence for the whole of Tibet, which includes the tradition three provinces of U-Tsang, Do-toe, and Do-med. An independent Organisation, with a written constitution and its own plans and programmes, TYC has emerged as the largest and most active non-governmental Organisation of Tibetans in exile. It has more than 30,000 members worldwide.

  • Tibet Education and Children's Healthcare Fund (TEACH) Fund was founded with a mission to provide educational opportunities and modern healthcare for Tibet's traditional population. At present, such support is scarce or unavailable in the remote regions of the country where Tibetan nomads live and work.

  • TibetFest TibetFest is a two day celebration of Tibetan history and culture staged in Goshen, CT.

  • The Tibet Fund The Tibet Fund is the primary non-profit organization dedicated to helping Tibetans improve their lives and preserve their distinct cultural, religious and national identity.

  • Tibet House Tibet House is dedicated to the proposition that the wisdom and arts of all human civilizations vitally enrich the emerging global culture. Within this, we focus on a special concern for Tibet, its people, its spectacular highlands, and its civilization of extraordinary wisdom and beauty.

  • Tibet Online Providing information on the plight of Tibet and serving as a virtual community space for the movement. This movement is dedicated to ending the suffering of the Tibetan people by returning the right of self-determination to the Tibetan people.

  • The Tibet Project The Tibet Project is one filmmakers initiative to help raise awareness about the Tibetan freedom struggle and it’s significance to the world. Tibet represents the universal struggle against power, greed, injustice and exploitation. It represents the struggle for human rights, democracy, freedom, non violence and compassion. It represents respect for the environment, tradition and culture and it represents truth and justice. Tibet affects us all.

  • Tibet Search A searchable, categorized index of Tibetan-related websites.

  • TibetSites.com Developed with an objective of assisting the vast majority of Tibetans and non-Tibetans who are increasingly using the internet but are facing difficulty in finding websites related to various subjects on Tibet.

  • Vision of Tibet We are Sonam Zoksang and Kathryn Culley, the proprietors of Vision of Tibet, the oldest Tibetan handicrafts store in New York City. Family run since 1987, Vision of Tibet specializes in the finest handicrafts from Tibet, Nepal, and India. Whenever possible these are made by Tibetan artisans, and almost always from family-run businesses. We carry no merchandise made in China, as we don't support the government that has so brutally repressed Tibetans since the 1950s.

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