4909 Brophy Road ♦ Howell, MI 48855 ♦ 800.969.8090 ♦ 517.548.1736 ♦ 517.548.7373 (fax)
Wildwood Ranch offers Outdoor Education programs that will connect with your students and enhance learning. Choose from the list below.
Our presenter will use live Michigan wildlife- reptiles, amphibians, mammal, and birds - along with specimens (furs, antlers, mounts, pictures, etc.) to help your students learn about the wide variety of Michigan wildlife.
Topics of Discussion Around "Michigan Wildlife":
- Fish Characteristics
- Reptile Characteristics
- Mammal Characteristics
- Bird Characteristics
- Habitat loss and imperiled wildlife
The "Michigan Wildlife" course is offered on our camp at our Wildthings Nature Center or at your school as a traveling program.
1763, Living History
Topics of Discussion Around "Michigan 1763, Living History":
- Native American cultures
- French Colonial culture
- British Colonial Culture
- The Fur Trade
- French and Indian War
- Pontiacıs War
The "Michigan 1763, Living History" course is offered on our camp or at your school as a traveling program.
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