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Classroom Programs

Education is a vital component to protecting New Jersey’s wildlife. Our Classroom Programs allows us to share the stories of New Jersey’s rare wildlife with students throughout the state and beyond.


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Our classroom programs are interactive and entertaining 60-minute PowerPoint presentations with hands-on activities that reinforce core concepts. Programs highlight New Jersey’s rare wildlife and how Conserve Wildlife Foundation of NJ works to protect them.

The following is a list of classroom programs offered throughout the year:

  • New Jersey’s Endangered and Threatened Wildlife: An overview of New Jersey’s rare wildlife residents.
  • Bald Eagles: Back from the Brink of Extinction
  • Peregrine Falcons: Flying High in New Jersey
  • Bats of New Jersey

All programs address the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards.

Programs are $200 for the first program, and $100 for each additional program done on the same day at the same location (up to 40 students).


Would you like us to cover a specific topic? Call us today and we can create a program that suits your classrooms needs and abilities.


Contact Us:

Charlene Smith, Program Coordinator: Email

609.984.6012