I have used many images throughout my site and pages.  I have tried to give credit where credit is due ;  newer pages now have picture sources listed on them.   Many free clip art sites do not have requirements for using images, and many images are public domain, or creative commons licensed.   Please contact me if you find images on my site that are inappropriate.

Many of my images come from the following sources:

Flickr (Creative Commons)  Many of the “featured images” come from flickr, images that are licensed as creative commons.

Biodidac – an amazing site for all things biological, drawings and photos are very clear.  If you are looking for ANY biological image, start here first.  These are very specific illustrations and photos of specimens and biological topics.  Many of my worksheets on this site use illustrations from biodidac.

Internetclipart.com – this is a great site for animal photos
Hasslefreeclipart.com – basic clipart (cartoons mainly)
Fundraw.com – another basic clipart site, requires linkbacks, also has an interesting edit feature for its art
Clker.com – lots of clipart, many science related

Clipart ETC – Florida institute of instructional technology, drawings for projects
Free Kids Clip Art by Phillip Martin – offers a wide variety of free images, many subjects
Arthur’s Clip Art – takes some sorting,  but this site has a wide variety of science images scanned from out of print books

Photo Sites

NOAA – National Oceanic and Atmospheric Information photo library

Wikimedia Commons – photos and drawings, all public domain or creative commons licensed

Morguefile:  A free photo archive where all uploaded works are licensed creative commons

 

Dart Frog

Reptile images, like the red-eyed tree frog and several other photos, like the dart frog above were donated by the father of a former student.  Special thanks to Rick Takmajian for those amazing shots!

All of the dissection shots and human anatomy shot were taken by Shannan Muskopf, owner of this site.   You can check out many of the photos at Flickr and through Google +