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Fish & Wildlife Education

Discover Montana's Ecosystems

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This electronic learning tool is a way for 4th through 10th grade students to Discover, Explore, Conserve, and learn about our natural landscapes! The site is designed to provide students with a learning module that will assit students in attaining specific Montana Science Standards. Go Explore!

Project WILD

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Project WILD is one of the most widely-used conservation and environmental education programs among educators of students in kindergarten through high school. Project WILD instructional materials are intended for use in both classroom and informal settings. The instructional materials are designed to support state and national academic standards appropriate for grades K-12. Learn more

Field Investigations

Get out and explore, discover and learn about Montana's amazing natural resources by involving your students in real learning opportunities through scientific field investigations. Your students can become citizen scientist and learn about their own backyards or assist FWP in our efforts to conduct biological monitoring on state properties. Learn more

Bear Education

Learn about Montana's bears through the many references on this site. The Montana Grizzly Bears, a teacher resource guide, was developed specifically for educators by the Boone & Crockett Conservation Education program, along with a bear identification poster. Learn more

Bird Education

Male bird—American Kestrel

American Kestrel—male bird

Learn about Montana's avian resources through these video and print resources. The Flying WILD educators guide provides educators with instructional resources designed to teach about birds. Go Explore!

Hooked on Fishing

This program uses fish and fishing as a means to teach nearly all content areas to upper elementary and middle school students by providing fishing equipment for students, training and curriculum for teachers, and in-class assistance by FWP staff and volunteer instructors. Learn more