Texas Project Wild

This beautiful earth has much to offer. Each generation hands the care of it to the next. Right now, many folks are fighting the good fight to ensure the preservation of natural resources, animal species, and to keep the earth clear of waste. Recycling and upcycling are just a couple of the examples of how we are doing what we can. Unfortunately, we cannot do it alone; it will also take future generations to be as passionate an innovative as we are trying to be. Exposing our children, early in life to the dilemmas we are facing, and teaching them some solutions can better equip them for doing what they can now and as adults.

Texas Heritage Protection would like to expound on “Project Wild”. Project Wild is designed to help educate kids in kindergarten, all the way to grade 12 on appreciating natural resources and wildlife through an environmental and conservation education program. It can be utilized among many educators in classroom settings, environmental studies, park and nature centers, and in young groups, such as; boys scouts girls scouts and similar programs.

Project Wild offers many services to continue the unbiased basics in wildlife management practices, which include:
– Advocates the teaching of how to approach contemplating wildlife.
– Relates hands-on activities for fun and easy educational discovery.
– Six hour workshops are provided to educators for training purposes through interactive learning.
– Through the help of a science base, information is given within all the activities.
– Problem solving and decision-making skills are incorporated with vigorous and influential teaching methods and techniques.
– Our program is endorsed by many teachers and kids always have fun.

Because of the acceleration of human population, our plant continues to diminish in wild and natural habitats as people spill out of towns and cities. With habitats depleting, wildlife numbers are also reduced. Project Wild is developed to help children understand the cause and effect of consuming natural resources, and to come up with creative options to help reduce consumption and preserve wildlife and their habitats.

There are many folks that can benefit from Project Wild. They include, but are not limited to:
– Educators and leaders running classrooms, environmental programs, parks and natural centers, scouts, camp programs, museums, zoos, wildlife refuges, and youth groups.
– Children belonging to accelerated learning schools, children within impaired learning programs along with mainstream students.
– Project Wild is diverse and can be participated in both indoor and outdoor atmospheres.

Project Wild has activity guides to embark in many aspects of wildlife. Terrestrial wildlife, habitats and ecological concepts have 124 activities designated to that subject. Aquatic Wild guide is designed with an amazing 48 different activities regarding aquatic wildlife and their habitats. Proyecto Wild selected 34 of the more popular activities and translated them into Spanish. For high school age students, Science and Civics: Sustaining life guide is a 350 page manual of activities and resources. A recent developed guide is the Growing Up Wild, targeting early childhood programs to instill and build on a child’s natural sense of curiosity and awe towards nature. Bird emphasis is accomplished with Flying Wild guide. All guides are presented in a lesson plans and have a curriculum that is easy to follow and apply in any environment. Concepts discussed within the guides are such:
– Wildlife awareness and appreciation.
– Wild life resources and human values.
– Ecological and habitat systems.
– Wildlife conservation principals.
– Wildlife interaction with human socials and cultures.
– Current environmental trends and concerns. Stimulate alternative solutions and understanding the consequences.

There is much to gain from Project Wild, with studious and meticulous development for accuracy and dependability. Project Wild is truly a promising program to help educate the youth on preserving wildlife, natural habitats and natural resources.