School/Group Education Programs

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Learn about North America's wildest residents - wolves - during an education session with a WCC wolf expert. Attendees 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 suitable for individuals of all ages and can be tailored to meet specific education requirements.

Each program is roughly an hour and a half in length and will allow visitors to learn more about wolf behavior, ecology, and history, while also viewing the WCC's ambassador wolves. Programs contain indoor and outdoor portions so please dress accordingly.

The program price* is $14 for adults and $11 for children under 12; a flat rate of $200 is applied to groups of fewer than 15 individuals. Contact to reserve a group visit to the WCC. Programs can be scheduled Tuesday - Friday, pending availability. We can accommodate a limited number of individuals per program due to COVID-19 restrictions.

We cannot guarantee the option to schedule a private group visit on Saturday or Sunday. If a program is scheduled during "peak hours" (11 am - 3 pm) a minimum fee of $500 is applied. "Off-peak" programs (before 9 am or after 4 pm) require a minimum fee of $200. Please contact for more information.

If you would like to schedule a field trip, please email and include the following:

  • School name and grade level(s)
  • Approximate number of students and teachers that will be in attendance
  • Three preferred dates and times

*Is your NY school district entitled to receive a reimbursement on a percentage of the cost for eligible environmental education programs? Learn more from PNWBOCES Environmental Education Contracting Services.