Time: 45-60 Minutes
This engaging program teaches your students about different endangered species that can be found within Wyoming and around the World. We will look at what negative behaviors from humans impacted these species, what happened to them because of these behaviors, and how humans saved the species. Students will see skulls, pelts, feathers, and full animal mounts.
The Endangered Species program is a great opportunity for students to learn about some of the rarest animals from within Wyoming, along with some of the most iconic endangered species from around the world! Your students will learn the conservation story of multiple animals. This includes any historic human disturbances (habitat loss, extermination, poison, etc.), modern day conservation issues (poaching, habitat loss, climate change), and how humans are helping to save them.
We’ll follow the journey of well known (and some unknown) species to learn what happened to them. Some of the animals we’ll learn about, like the Bald Eagle, have recovered so well that they are no longer endangered. Other species, like the polar bear, are still very much in trouble.
Your students will learn about animals like the black-footed ferret, golden eagles, whooping cranes, grizzly bears, Canada lynx, African elephants, sea otters, polar bears, and more!
Request this program today and learn all about some of the most amazing animals in the world!