Wildlife of Pennsylvania
Hands on learning about PA's unique wildlife and habitats!
This class is an exciting guide to Pennsylvania’s unique wildlife species and their habitats. Topics covered include: birds of prey, conservation of habitats, importance of pollinators, mammal diversity, native reptiles and amphibians. Furs, bird nests, and live specimens will be used to give students a hands-on experience. There will also be time given to explore on a short nature walk. During this time students will have the opportunity to search for bugs and salamanders under rocks, try to ID various song birds, and more!
*Rate is per hour. For increased participation, group sizes 20+ are placed in smaller groups of 15-20. You will need 1 hour per group of 15-20.
- Want us to provide a meal for you? Add a buffet meal for your group to your activity.
Requirements & Restrictions
- Age Group: 5+
- Max Weight: lbs.
- Skill Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Adult to Child Ratio
|Ages 5-7||Ages 8-12||Ages 13+|
|Paying Adult REQUIRED||Non-Paying Adult Must Be Present||No Adult Required|
Mark was engaging with the campers, both during our elementary and middle school camps. He was friendly and pleasant to interact with. He was knowledgeable about the animals and allowed plenty of time to let the kids interact with the animals directly. "
- YWCA Carlisle