Coloring Pages

From our Endangered Speces Mural Project

 

The Center's Endangered Species Mural Project aims to celebrate the animals and plants that make our communities unique. By bringing big, beautiful painted images of endangered wildlife into the regions they call home, we're hoping to promote a kind of civic environmental pride, and to encourage people of all ages to get involved in protecting those species. These coloring pages will let you use your own imagination on — and bring your own ideas of color and texture into — the shapes of the murals we've already installed. Maybe you can even help us paint the next one in your town.

 

Aplomado falcon and jaguar

 

 

 

 

Aplomado falcon and jaguar
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Jaguar

 

 

Jaguar
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Mexican wolf an d Mexican spotted owl

 

 

Mexican gray wolf and Mexican spotted owl
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Austin blind salamander
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Carolina northern flying squirrel

 

 

Carolina northern flying squirrel
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Mountain caribou

 

 

Mountain caribou
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Sonoran pronghorn

 

 

Sonoran pronghorn
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Yuma clapper rail

 

 

Yuma clapper rail
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Taylor's checkerspot butterfly

 

 

 

Taylor checkerspot butterfly
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Indiana bat

 

 

Indiana bat
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Arctic grayling

 

 

Arctic grayling
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Spectacled eider and North Pacific right whale
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Banner photo of jaguar mural by Russ McSpadden