Must we always teach our children with books? Let them look at the mountains and the stars up above. Let them look at the beauty of the waters and the trees and flowers on earth. They will then begin to think, and to think is the beginning of a real education.
— David Polis


It's no surprise that education comes first in our core values. It is through this approach that Project Wildsong is able to teach rather than preach about the importance of being responsible stewards of our natural world while using sound, scientific facts to dispel the myths and misconceptions concerning some of North America's most polarized wildlife. One of the unrivaled aspects about our program is the involvement of our Ambassador Animals. Not only do they represent their species, but they help foster an intimate, hands-on learning experience that is truly one of a kind. Through each positive experience, we hope to rewrite today’s perception and perspective of wolves and North American apex predators. This is Project Wildsong’s passion and bliss—we hope to ignite a newfound sense of admiration and appreciation for nature.

What makes our programs unique? Project Wildsong can customize a presentation based on specific interests. Some of our requested presentation topics include:

  • Learning to Function Like a Wolf Pack in the Workplace
  • The Dynamics of Working With Animals On Set
  • Animal Trainer Q&A
  • Careers With Wildlife
  • Wildlife Safety in the Great Outdoors

Wolf 101

'Wolf 101' is an exciting presentation which gives an overview about the life of wolves. We discuss topics such as habitat, diet, physical characteristics, pack structure, and the ways in which wolves communicate through fun and interesting facts. This is one of our most popular presentations that is engaging and interactive for all ages!

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Wolves: An Ecological Keystone

'Wolves: An Ecological Keystone' focuses on discussing predator-prey relationships, ecosystem dynamics, and examines the dynamics of trophic cascade. Yellowstone National Park is an iconic example which demonstrates how an ecosystem's vitality and inhabitants became imperiled due to the disappearance of a critical species.

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The Myth and Lore of Wolves

'The Myth and Lore of Wolves' unearths the stories of wolves or wolf-like creatures such as Wasco, Fenris, Geri and Fraki, and Asena. Have you ever wondered why wolves have yellow eyes, questioned why Orcas are called sea wolves, or seen a wolf-bird? Throughout the world, wolves can be found etched within the stories of countless countries.