*New* Burrowing In with Burrowing Owls (4-6)
The burrowing owl is a unique grassland species, whose Canadian population has declined by 90% since the 1990s. The owl is listed as endangered due to several threats that result in high…Read More
Students will gain an understanding of bear species native to Canada. They will examine the question, “How do humans impact bears?” by exploring bear adaptations, their natural habitats and behaviours, and their diets. Throughout the day they will reflect on the story of the bears under human care here at the Wilder Institute/Calgary Zoo by learning about bear safety and how they can help to protect bears so that they can live in their natural environments. This program will be offered as a classroom-based program from September to March and then be run as a mobile program on grounds from April to June.
Length: 60 minutes
Program times: 10:00am, 11:15am, 12:45pm
Maximum students: 27