Inspire your children with wildlife learning
Children think animals are FASCINATING! Their curiosity sparks when they see colorful fur, sprawling wings, bright glowing eyes, and pointy ears. This moment is when children are most open to learning something new. Satisfy their curiosity with our new educational program called “Species Spotlight!”
Species Spotlight is a fun way to educate and entertain children.
This program gives your children tools to enrich their imagination, understand biology, and improve their critical thinking skills.
- Discover seven exotic animals through video classes, including a porcupine, armadillo, sloth, and serval!
- Inspire creativity with a biodiversity coloring book
- Encourage critical thinking with worksheets
- Learn geography with a world map of biodiversity
Everything your children need to spark and satisfy their sense of wonder!
100% of the proceeds go to caring for wildlife
Your donation covers the costs of the healthcare, nutrition and housing of deserving wildlife. Some of these animals were confiscated from people who kept them as illegal pets; some owners relinquish a pet because they no longer can or want to care for their animal; and some are rehabilitated animals that are determined to be non-releasable, meaning they cannot survive in the wild. For these animals, Wildlife Learning Center in Southern California becomes their permanent home, where they receive life-long care.
About the Program
Get Close to Wildlife
Hang upside-down with Sid the 2-Toed Sloth
Learn how 2-toed sloths climb trees in the rain forest with their giant claws and learn the truth if they really are as slow as they are thought to be.
Walk on your tippy toes with Tippy the 3-Banded Armadillo
Follow a 3-banded armadillo and learn how they protect themselves with hard keratin armor and by rolling into a ball.
Widen your eyes with Lucy, the Eurasian Eagle Owl
Sit with Lucy and try to catch her spread her wings, grasp with her large talons, and hunt with her giant yellow eyes and hooked beak.
Trot with Kina, the Gray Fox
Climb with Kina and learn the secret to how they climb trees so well and how they stay hidden and camouflage.
Discover Twister the African Pygmy Hedgehog
Roll into a ball and learn about the strong sense of smell used to find food.
Try to spot Tag, the African Serval
Sit with Tag and learn how his spots and stripes are used for camouflage, and how his long legs help him walk above the grass and hunt for birds.
Follow Betty the North American Porcupine
Befriend a porcupine that uses quills for protection, big claws for climbing trees and incisors for gnawing tasty tree bark.