Project Outwild is an engaging multi-media presentation designed to educate, inspire and promote stewardship in our future conservationists- the students of our community. Outwild presentations are offered at many venues: schools, churches, civic group meetings, senior centers, community festivals, and private homes.
“Florida Wildlife” features live animal ambassadors such as raptors, flying squirrels, snakes, tortoises, opossums, and skunks. Topics covered include natural histories, habitat fragmentation and loss, and human/wildlife conflict resolution. It touches on issues that impact marine wildlife including fishing line entanglements, vessel strikes, and pollution. This program specifically highlights the rehabilitation process and can feature a presentation with a behind-the-scenes look at the Refuge’s daily operations.