The Junior Wildlife Ambassador Program is an outreach education program, whereby WRSE staff go into Edmonton and area elementary schools to educate students on the importance of wildlife in our community and empower each student to take action in their own community. Thanks to Capital City Cleanup, this program is offered free of charge to all elementary schools!
For inquiries or to book a presentation,
or call 780-756-7855.
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Grade 5 – “Wetland, Wildlife & My Community”
“Wetlands, Wildlife & My Community” takes students on a 60-minute virtual exploration through the Wetland Ecosystems and examines how human activities can threaten the survival of wildlife in these sensitive ecosystems. A clean environment is a shared responsibility; the goal of the Wildlife Rehabilitation Society and Capital City Clean Up is to empower students to do their part.
- Recognize numerous local examples of wetland ecosystems
- Identify examples of wildlife species in local wetlands and understand the adaptations that make them suited for wetland life
- Recognize how human activities can threaten the survival of wildlife in the wetland ecosystem and identify ways to minimize those impacts
- Recognize how changes in any part of an environment affects the whole environment
- Recognize that a clean Edmonton is a shared responsibility and everyone must do their part