Outreach & Education
In the Classroom
We value the opportunity to share our knowledge in your classrooms, as we pride ourselves on engaging with the next generation of wildlife health advocates.
We relate to much of the curriculum in the Understanding Life Systems for the Grade 1-8 Science curriculum, and the Biology stream for the Grade 9-12 Science Curriculum*.
Tailored for All Age Groups
Our educational programs cover a variety of topics surrounding native Ontario wildlife and healthy coexistence practices.
Learn more about native species you might spot in your own back yard or while out on the trails.
Learn what different species eat and how they survive through seasonal changes.
Learn how to plant a pollinator garden and what birds and animals it can support.
Learn how you can help you wild neighbours!
Online Virtual Presentations
We adapted much of our educational programming to a virtual experience format to support wildlife education through the COVID-19 pandemic. In an ongoing effort to ensure accessibility, and support efforts to protect public health we continue to offer virtual and online programming.
Multiple platforms are available to connect including Zoom, Google Meet, and Microsoft Teams.
Become an Education Ambassador!
Do you love engaging children and the public and are able to volunteer some of your time? Our Education team is wholly comprised of volunteers, who help us deliver exciting educational programming to thousands of students and community members annually.
Join the team and help us Keep Kawartha Wild!