The WCFF has an education outreach program that delivers content to thousands of secondary and post secondary institutions. Through media and live presentations from filmmakers, environmental scientists and expert wildlife conservationists, the WCFF creates public awareness that facilitates inspiration into action. Some of the institutions we have worked with in the past include: NYU, John Jay College, University of Miami, Swarthmore College, University of Pennsylvania, US Fish and Wildlife, the Ross School and Dalton Schools
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
For information about a film screening and panel discussion at your school, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 09:00-10:30 EST, WCFF offers SafariLIVE, an award-winning, interactive and educational wildlife show produced by our partner WildEarth. Log into https://www.facebook.com/WCFForg/ at one of these designated times and you can participate and engage in live chat.
“WildEarth is a dedicated LIVE wildlife platform that focuses on connecting people to animals. Our mission is to provide people around the world with immersive experiences in nature.”
What happens on a School safari? A School Safari transports your class straight into two of the most iconic wildlife areas in the world – the Sabi Sand in the Kruger Park of South Africa and the Maasai Mara, in Kenya. With your class, our safari guides explore these beautiful and diverse habitats on the lookout for incredible animals, plants and adventures.
The students and guides look out for animals including elephant, lion, buffalo, cheetah, giraffe and hippo. We marvel at birds both huge and tiny and appreciate beautiful flowers, trees and landscapes. Expect to be amazed as the guides bring a wide range of critters from wild nature right to your classroom!
School Safaris strive to engage young minds in the natural world around them; to raise awareness of the wilderness in young minds destined to become future decision-makers.