Snowdon Wildlife Education

Education is an important mission of the organization. Snowdon reaches the public both on and off-site. Although the public is not allowed into the wildlife rehabilitation areas, visitors are welcome to visit our educational dome and visitor center from Memorial Day through Labor Day. We regularly feature our educational birds during dome hours.dome

Special Group Programs are also available, on and off-site.

To schedule a program for Winter,

or for more information about topics, Call Carolyn at
208-315-2014 or email learn@snowdonwildlife.org

 

Snowdon Wildlife Sanctuary Receives Grant from Owl Brand Discovery Kits!

dissecting an owl pelletIn June, Owl Brand Discovery Kits (OBDK) awarded year-long funding to supply owl pellets for Snowdon's educational programs. This grant will allow us to expand our programs that teach about how owls contribute to a healthy ecosystem. Snowdon educational programs are provided free of charge.

Our heartfelt appreciation goes to OBDK for supporting us with this grant. If you haven't checked out their website, do it now! http://www.obdk.com/ offers lots of information, instructional videos and downloadable resources about owls and owl pellets.

Call Carolyn at (208) 315-2014 to schedule an owl-pellet dissection educational program.

 

Wolverine Exhibit

Last summer we were proud to feature an exhibit about the elusive wolverine, including a rare wolverine skeleton. Wolverines are one of the rarest mammals in North America. They live in remote, high-elevation forests and tundra far away from humans. There are only a few hundred wolverines left in the lower 48 United States and Idaho is one of the few places they are found.

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