The goal of the Education Program is to contribute to the protection of our wildlife and increase awareness of conservation issues.
- Training of forest rangers, police, and firemen in the identification and habits of rainforest wildlife as well as the proper handling of wildlife and first aid for wounded wildlife workshops.
- Conducting public tours that include valuable wildlife and conservation information.
- Holding sessions with school classes at the Ranch at local schools and via Skype with schools in other countries.
- Workshops with medical and veterinary university students.
The School Education Program is tailored to each class depending on the age of the students and the curriculum. We can conduct a single session or plan multiple sessions throughout the school year.
We can do a general session on the rainforest and its wildlife as well as sessions with a specific topic. The teacher can provide the topic.
Suggested topics are:
- Toucans, Macaws, Parrots
- What are the dangers to our rain forests and wildlife
30 minute session with Co-Owner Leslie Howle, who provides the primary care for babies, injured birds and animals. During the lesson, Leslie will talk about the topic, show the children some of the animals and give them an opportunity to ask questions.
(NOTE: If you have a large group and want to schedule multiple sessions, they will need to be on different days. The size of the group depends on the display equipment available.)