EDUCATION PROGRAM MODULES
The Wolf Conservation Center's education programs are intended to supplement classroom-based lesson plans or serve as a stand-alone presentation, and offer an in-depth look at wolves and their ecological importance. Each program is 45 minutes in length (but can be adjusted if needed) and includes supplemental materials for students to complete both before and after the program (if desired), as a way to further their learning. The fee is $350 per program, with an additional fee for travel (if applicable).
For more detail see the program modules below:
Wolves of North America
Learn about North America's wildest residents - wolves - during an education session with a WCC wolf expert. Students will be exposed to the history, ecology, and biology of wolves, and will learn about the current challenges facing wolf recovery across the United States. An emphasis will be placed on endangered species recovery programs for critically endangered red wolves and Mexican gray wolves. This program is individuals of all ages.