An effective wildlife education program is primarily a matter of creating compelling content for students and delivering it in a way that is engaging and encourages further interest in the subject. There are, however, a few material requirements that can have a big impact on the effectiveness of this program, and these are outlined below.
The ideal equipment is listed in each section, but alternatives may be equally useful, provided they offer the same basic features as the recommended items. Assistance to acquire this equipment is gladly accepted and we are happy to recognize donors on our website and any other ways possible. Funding to purchase equipment and in-kind donations of equipment are equally appreciated. Used equipment, provided it is still in good working order, is also gladly accepted.
There are a few things that could really help our education program. If you are interested in donating or financing these items, please contact us.
Digital Cameras and Binoculars
If you have an old digital camera or pair of binoculars or other similar equipment, these are very useful to us for education workshops and public events. These items don’t have to be top-of-the-line as long as they are still in working condition. If you would like to donate a camera or binoculars, get in touch so we can arrange shipping.
Crayons, colored pencils, markers and paint are gladly accepted to use for our art activities for children.