A key component of our mission is to educate the community on peaceful coexistence with wildlife. Our goal is to reach the next generation of wildlife conservationists and inspire them to do better for wildlife and our planet.
Through our Outreach Program, our team will travel to you! We are currently offering free educational programming to summer camps and schools in the tri-county area. Are you a teacher or camp organizer looking for fun, interactive, and educational wildlife programming? For additional information and to book your program, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who Gives a Hoot!
Soar into the world of the owl with this in-depth owl workshop!
Thank you, Lauderdale Pathology, for sponsoring this month’s program!
Join us to learn all about these elusive birds. Participants will learn traits of owls and dissect an owl pellet while getting to meet one of our owl Animal Ambassadors. This program is geared towards audiences ages 9 and over. This program takes place Saturday, September 23rd.
Please note: Space is limited, and registration is required.
Please RSVP to email@example.com.
The South Florida Wildlife Center offers a free monthly virtual series of public lectures covering various topics presented by professionals in their respective fields. We hope those who join us learn something new about nature, how it correlates to wildlife, and what we do at SFWC. Missed our live lecture? Check them out on our YouTube channel!
Join us on Thursday, October 5th at 2:00 PM EST via Zoom as FWC Biologist Jen Jakush of the North Atlantic Right Whale Research Program discusses Right Whale Research and Conservation in the Southeast United States.