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.

Project Outwild:

Florida Wildlife

“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.

To book a Project Outwild Presentation please contact our Executive Director at 850-684-1485 or

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