What do lions from Africa share with Saskatchewan’s Swift Fox? We’ll discuss the importance of a healthy environment and human health as we discover why Saskatchewan has so many species at risk, and what we can do to help. The presentation looks at the changes in the Saskatchewan landscape and how human interaction has affected our wildlife. The species at risk indoor program takes approximately 50 minutes. Add one hour for the outdoor program. Please note this program is suitable for grade 4 and up. Younger audiences may find some material upsetting.
Call the Zoo Society for other options and further details at 306-975-3395 or use our contact form.
(Full Program: $3.25/student-minimum $85.00 per group. $170.00 per group on weekends)
(Indoor PowerPoint Presentation only: $1.00/Student – minimum $25.00 per group)
– Grade 6: Diversity of Living Things
– Grade 7: Interactions within Ecosystems
– Secondary Level: Social Studies (The relationship of the natural environment in the development of a society, and Canadian First Nations worldview.)