PASSPORT TO WILDLIFE

Inspiring, Engaging & Preparing Future Wildlife Stewards

Our goal is simple. The future of wildlife depends on inspired, engaged, and prepared advocates. Every young person should have the opportunity to make a difference.

 

P2W is an engaging and inspiring inter-agency collaboration that immerses young people and their teachers in learning about ecology and biology. P2W and our partners work to inspire future stewards, professionals, and enthusiasts across all, cultural, ethnic, and economic environments. P2W connects students and wildlife professionals in film production, photography, biology, ecology, nonprofit management, animal care, sanctuary management and more to build a more sustainable future for wild creatures and humans everywhere. Here’s a quick look at a few of our co-laborers.

Meet the Passport to Wildlife Team Bringing 10 to 30 Minute Biology, Ecology, and Online Labs to Your Classroom!

Christopher Montero
Naturalist, Author,
Illustrator, and Wildlife
Biologist

 

CLASSROOM SPECIALTY
LEVELS: Grade to College

 

Curt Moothart
Owner, High Touch High
Tech, STEM Instructor and
Developer

 

CLASSROOM SPECIALTY
LEVELS: Grade to Middle School

 

Jeremy Heft
Wildlife Biologist, Captive
Animal Consultant, and Wolf
Sanctuary Manager

 

CLASSROOM SPECIALTY
LEVELS: High School to College

 

Alan Lacy
Award-winning Wildlife
Filmmaker and Producer

 

CLASSROOM SPECIALTY
LEVELS: All Ages

 

Chris Anderson
WERC President and CEO
Owner, Owl Brand Discovery Kits

 

CLASSROOM SPECIALTY
LEVELS: Children to Adult

 

New Instructor Coming Soon!

 

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WERC Has the Power to Impact the Future of Wildlife, and We’re Doing It!

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to educating the public about large carnivores in North America, emphasizing wolves. We started in 1996 caring for our first pack of wolves in Idaho – the Sawtooth Pack: Wolves of the Nez Perce. WERC endeavors to teach about conservation and preservation of wildlife, primarily wolves. That objective has many nuances, including teaching about the human companion – dogs. WERC’s focus is three-fold.

Canines

They are one of humankind’s oldest friends. They enrich our lives in so many ways. Understanding them provides insight into how to care for their emotional and physical health as well as linking us profoundly to their ancestry — the wolf. Join our team in a study of Canines, their history, behaviors, and even tips to give them the best life possible. That’s simply what a best friend does.

Carnivores

Carnivores are often mythified in a variety of ways, mostly as dangerous creatures of lore and legend. Wolves, bears, large cats, and other carnivores play essential roles in the self-management of healthy ecosystems and wildernesses. Join our team as we delve into what makes these animals unique and a great partner to humankind as we work to manage our wild, and not so wild, spaces.

Conservation

Learning about carnivores can be fascinating, however, without stewardship of apex predators, the landscape could be profoundly and dangerously altered. Join our team as we discuss the very recent brief history of conservation of apex predators, the factors that led to threats to their survival, and steps taken to protect their future. From articles to interviews, you’ll want to join our team of expert biologists and ecologists.

Happening Now

THE SECRET IMPACT OF WOLVES THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
By The Wolf Education and Research Center

EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW AS YOU START YOUR BIOLOGY CAREER
By Biologist Jeremy Heft of the Wolf Education and Research Center

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