These engaging and unbiased programs will help students and their families better understand the complicated issues surrounding wolves. Programs cover wolf biology, wolf behavior, physical and social adaptations, and more!
FREE programs for ALL Minnesota school classrooms (grades 2-12), summer youth programs in public parks, visitors to state parks, public libraries and nature centers!
Outreach educators are always busy throughout Minnesota holding programs.
These engaging and unbiased programs will help students and their families better understand the complicated issues surrounding wolves. Subjects covered include wolf biology, behavior, predator/prey relationships, mythology and fear of wolves, challenges wildlife face and the importance of wildland habitat.
60-minute programs can be customized to fit your available time
Meets a variety of state academic standards
Presented by International Wolf Center outreach educators
For more information or to schedule your FREE program, contact International Wolf Center Outreach Educator Misi Stine call 763-560-7374 ext. 234 or complete the form below.
Schedule Your FREE Program
Or request additional information.
The International Wolf Center advances the survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands and the human role in their future.