Virtual Field Trip to the Wolf Conservation Center!
For families of children in elementary school and above.
This is a virtual program and all participants must have a working email address and computer to participate.
This live program is taught by a Wolf Conservation Center 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. For families of children in elementary school and above.
This program was planned in conjunction with Putnam Valley Library.
Registration is required.