At Restoration Resources education is more than something to put on your resume. It is the foundation of every great act the world has seen. Learning is not a finite process – it is (or should be) a lifelong undertaking. There is always something new to discover about the world around us.
Whether you’re learning about Nature for the first time or sharing your knowledge with future generations, we hope you’ll find useful information in our Learning Center.
To help make learning about Nature more interesting and fun, we have created Kit and Burt. These two characters are dedicated to helping us identify and develop CITIZEN SCIENTISTS all around the world. You will see them throughout the Learning Center section, guiding the way to help you become a Citizen Scientist.
Below you can learn more about the real-life Kit and Burt.
Outdoor Education Field Trips to SilvergateLearn about outdoor expirences and environmental education for students. Wildlife Heritage Foundation offers field trips to our Silvergate Mitigation Bank for Placer County Students. [Read more]
Learn about the real Burt hereBurrowing Owls (Athene cunicularia) are light brown in color with white spots and can be distinguished by their long legs and yellow eyes. Unlike most raptor species, female Burrowing Owls are smaller than males. [Read more]
Learn about the real Kit hereThe kit fox (Vulpes Macrotis) is the smallest of the canid species in North America, weighing about 4 to 5 pounds on average. They can be distinguished by their large ears and bushy, black-tipped tail. [Read more]