Species at Risk

This program discusses the importance of a healthy environment and human health while discovering why Saskatchewan has so many species at risk. This program focuses on Indigenous viewpoints of the land and species, and on what can be done to support the health of the land. Program takes place in the Affinity Learning Centre. Program starts with a presentation and then the class will be divided into 2 groups (when class is more than 15 students). While one group is with the Saskatoon Zoo Society educator and our animal ambassadors, the other group has time for a self-guided tour of the Zoo. Groups then switch. Total program time is 1.5 hours. There is a Species at Risk video tour of the zoo that you can request to view at a later date. The video goes more in-depth on species at risk found at the Saskatoon Forestry Farm Park and Zoo.