The Wolf Conservation Center is excited to offer distance learning programs to classes, camps, and more. There are two categories of distance programs available:
- Virtual webinar - These live programs are taught by a WCC educator specifically for your students. The educator will present the chosen program (four topics are available) using a distance learning platform such as Zoom, and will answer any questions the students have. A flat rate of $100 is required to reserve one 45-minute program. There is no live footage of wolves.
- Virtual field trip - These live programs are taught by a WCC educator onsite at the WCC. The educator will discuss the history, biology, and ecology of wolves in North America, and will also discuss the WCC's work to save endangered red wolves and Mexican gray wolves. Students will see ambassador wolves Zephyr, Alawa, and Nikai, and the educator will provide various enrichment items for the wolves. A flat rate of $200 is required to reserve one 45-minute program.