Wildlife Education Resources

Whether you are a parent, educator, and/or outdoor enthusiast, we provide an assortment of free and low cost programs to connect people to the outdoors!

Below is a list of links to educational resources designed for all ages!

Learn

Professional Development

  • Growing Up WILD - over 27 hands-on activities to teach kids aged 3-7 about nature; aligned with education standards and suitable for all early childhood educators (3hr workshop)
  • Flying WILD - bird education curriculum supplement for upper elementary-middle school (3hr workshop)
  • Project WILD - over 100 hands-on, interdisciplinary activities to teach K-12 students about wildlife and conservation; aligned with education standards and suitable for all adults (6hr workshop)
Educators at Growing Up WILD Workshop 

Hands on Learning



Archery training during a Hunting & Shooting Sports Outreach Program
 

Explore

  • Maryland Natural Areas - 31 exceptional sites to visit; sites feature unique ecological features such as abundance of rare species or special geology
  • Wildlife Management Areas – 61 areas open to the public and designed for wildlife conservation

Lost Land Run Natural Area

Resources


For more information, contact:

Karina Stonesifer
301-777-2136
E-mail: Karina.Stonesifer@maryland.gov
Wildlife and Heritage Service
12512 Pleasant Valley Rd
Flintstone MD 21530

Pearl Crescent on Milkweed