WILDLIFE EDUCATION

“Our rescued fawns are raised with other orphan fawns, kept wild and
released together as a herd after weaned at around 6 months old.”


WILDLIFE EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Keeper of the Wild offers education programs for students ages 6 and up, as well as any adult groups interested in wildlife appreciation and conservation.  Debby Hill, our Wildlife Education Director, is a certified South Carolina teacher with experience presenting wildlife education to young students and adults.  She is passionate about inspiring an appreciation for nature and an awareness of our responsibility to work in partnership supporting nature’s plan for this world to stay a balanced, healthy home for all life.

Programs are available for all groups and can be designed to fit your specific needs!  Live animals, power point, and other visual aids are used in presentations.

“Let us design a wildlife program to fit your needs.”


“In the end we will conserve only what we love,we will love only what we understand, a d we will understand only what we are taught.”  Baba Dioum

If you have you found a wild animal and need help Click here



In memory of our beloved mascot Dizzy.
We and all of the chidren miss and love you.


Presentations may include:

All life is interdependent

Needs of animals

Habitats

Characteristics of different animals

How trash affects wildlife

The difference in abundant, threatened, endangered and extinct

Extinction and the balance of nature (food chains and effects on humans)

What to do if you see an animal

How to help an animal in need
Wild animals should never be pets

Enjoying wildlife where you are

Making a difference for wildlife

Email debby@keeperofthewild.org for more information,
to schedule a presentation, and to discuss fees. 
(Fees based on number of persons per presentations,
number of presentations per visit, distance traveled.)