This Program is designed for students to develop attitudes, skills and knowledge related to wildlife and ecosystems focusing on how to interact safely with the outdoors and create a lifelong love for nature. We work on creating an understanding for how we interact with wildlife and the natural world through exploration and experiences.
Some things we do:
- Alfred Lake Camp (fire building / signals, shelter build, range, fishing)
- Fishing- fly, spin, ice
- Hike- sheep river area or other
- Campground walk – Nanton campground, tracking,
- Navigation – map and compass activity
- Ethics – responsibilities
- Management – conservation – licensing
- Wildlife ID- fish ID – Plant ID
- Operations rules and law
- Equipment – techniques- know your bow- launching and loading – operations tips
- Trip planning
Our Wildlife Studies teacher is Joel Gamache who can be reached at by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling the school at 403-646-2264.