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The list of outdoor offerings accessible over the Internet continues to grow. A sampling:

Get detailed information about any of the nation’s national parks at http://www.nps.gov.

Bat Conservation International, an organization dedicated to educating the public about bats, has a nifty home page at http://www.batcon.org with reams of info and places to order do-it-yourself bat box building plans.

Learn about the National Audubon Society’s birding and conservation programs at http://www.audubon.org/

Paddlers and river runners should check out Paddler’s Web at http://mindlink.net/summit/P.net.html or American Whitewater Affiliation at www.awa.org/

Hunters can tap into outfitter, fish and wildlife agencies and species-specific organizations at http://www.hunters.com/

Wired Outdoor enthusiasts of any nature should set a bookmark for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which provides current weather reports and stream flow information at http:/ /www.seawfo.noaa.gov/

, DataTimes


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