Where is your wildlife photography and media sourced from? The vast majority of our wildlife photography is sourced from Dan Doucette, Mallory Lindsay, Tamar Beecher, Dwain Holmes, Kunzah Syed and Masumi Palhof. Dan Doucette is collaborating with the Nature School to offer his full wildlife photography library in our curriculum. We also supplement our photography library with select images from Shutterstock and Unsplash. Shutterstock images are purchased under an enhanced license. We fully respect each Project Noah user's intellectual property rights to their respective wildlife photos. Project Noah Nature School does not use any of our user's wildlife photography in our education platform.

What is publicly available vs. requires a license? All environmental education resources on the website for non-authenticated visitors are freely available to the public as supplemental nature-focused educational materials.

How do you protect the privacy of students and minors? Nature School does not collect any personally identifiable information from students. 

Important Disclaimer: Students must always be supervised by a responsible adult at all times for outdoor learning activities. As a digital resource, Nature School cannot supervise students during student activities. Students must at all times be supervised by a responsible adult for all outdoor learning activities. Never approach or attempt to handle wildlife. Ms. Mallory is a trained wildlife professional. 

Introduce Your Class to the Wonder of Nature

Spectral Tarsier Frangipani Caterpillar Red and White Giant Flying Squirrel Meneroa Metalmark Red Eyed Treefrog

Join the Adventure Button

Crafted with Heart Icon by Project Noah