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School Programs

All schools are welcome to visit the center, but Montana WILD only provides programs for 4th-12th grades.

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Habitat Hikes

Students will foster outdoor observation skills and learn about wildlife habitat through a guided hike using binoculars to view wildlife at Spring Meadow Lake State Park. (45 minutes)

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Science Field Investigations

Students learn about the kinds of questions that guide field investigations then conduct a field investigation/habitat study. (45 minutes)

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Montana Fish

Students learn basic facts about Montana’s native & non-native fish species, and the unique ecosystems they depend upon. (45 minutes)

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Living With Wildlife

Students learn about how they can help conserve Montana wildlife, minimize human-wildlife conflict, and safely recreate outdoors. (45 minutes)

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Montana Wildlife

Students study many species of wildlife that live in Montana. You can choose from MT predators, furbearers, reptiles, turtles, and birds. (45 minutes)

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Fostering Outdoor Recreation

Students learn skills and techniques that will prepare them and inspire them to spend time recreating outdoors in Montana. (45 minutes)