Through our Wildlife Education Ambassador Program, resident animals here at SFWC play a crucial role in educating the public about their species, issues these animals face in the wild, and how we can help our local wildlife. Each of these non-releasable animals has a unique story that allows our Outreach and Community Services Department to inform the public on proper ways to interact with our wild neighbors. With your support, our Outreach and Education program and these incredible animals will continue to help our local wildlife STAY WILD!
Your support of our STAY WILD! Adoption Program helps to provide the best possible veterinary care, staffing, training, and husbandry, as well as enclosure upkeep for our Wildlife Education Ambassador Animals. These animals all help educate thousands of people each year about conservation, respect, and appreciation of our South Florida wildlife.
Join our Wildlife Educators at SFWC for a private Wild Talk & Tour and learn about the local wildlife and the adaptations that help them survive in this urban environment. Meet some Animal Ambassadors and discover their personal stories and how you can help their species!
This one-hour-long program will cover general information about SFWC and our work as an active wildlife hospital. Participants will have the opportunity to meet a couple of our animal ambassadors, as well as get a brief tour of our outdoor rehabilitation areas. This program is held in our open-air Education Pavilion. Because of the limited space, we can accommodate no more than 20 people at one time. Pricing for our Wild Talk & Tour is $15 per person.
Please email us here to book your visit.