Saving Endangered Species

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Basic Information

Address: PO Box 1344 Angels Camp, CA 95222
Phone Number: 209-225-9660
Director: Ken Jones

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Additional Information

Focus: Providing environmental literacy with new technology used for wildlife conservation.
Grade Levels: K-5, 6-8, 9-12
Length: 50 minutes - customizable
Travel:

We bring your field trip to you.. anywhere in California and beyond. Travel fees apply, inquire.

Pricing: $400 first assembly, $300 additional, $1200/day, $25/optional Classroom visits
Workshops:

Workshops may be arranged. Email or call for details.

Setup: 60 minutes
Takedown: 30 minutes
Equiptment: sound amplification desired. All else provided.
Special Requirements: multipurpose room ideal. May be presented outdoors. 3 tables in front, 1 table in back desirable.
Highlights:

Adaptable for any age group. Offered at Age and Grade-level appropriate.

4 Major Components

  • Science/environmental content - natural science has never been more fun! Key vocabulary and concepts are introduced and discussed.
  • Live Playful Exotic Birds introduced, discussed. Always entertaining, these living examples of endangered species with their stories of their struggle for survival. Adjusted to audience grade level, our presentations are dynamic, exciting, and leave a lasting impression.
  • Conservation Tech demonstrated - robots, camera traps, drones, and exciting new inventions. Not found anywhere else! We combine environmental science with technology, engineering and math with our introduction to new inventions utilizing computers and robots that help save animals. They talk, take pictures, shoot videos, fly, stalk poachers, and even call for help! Your student volunteers help demo the tech.
  • Youth empowerment - These multi-media assemblies deliver more than great science, amazing nature, and a fun time. This program helps students understand that they can make an important contribution to the world. We will prove it! Our "International A-Team" of young prodigies of conservation are role models who inspire and motivate.
Mission Statement:

"To serve youth saving endangered species."

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

We get hired for the content. We get hired back next year because of the fun - the memories. Both must be excellent. We believe multimedia content with an important message, with audience participation, call outs, costumes, volunteers, skits, props, humor and live animals makes for an excellent assembly. Further, this new generation urgently needs greater environmental literacy.

Program History:

Our director has many years of experience providing wildlife school assemblies, having provided over 1,000 presentations in California. Experienced in all venues - schools, science fairs, county fairs, corporate events, libraries, camps, conferences, churches, government agencies, etc.

Testimonials:

Many available, inquire. Teacher evaluation forms are collected from each presentation. Highly rated! Popular with students and teachers! see our website: www.A-TeamForWildlife.org/youth-presentations

Additional Information: Tons of Free Extras Teacher Packets, 5 Followup Programs, Music CD of nature music for classroom listening, beautiful Ebook of poetry and art - "Endangered Animals of Nepal", custom documentary film, "Saving Endangered Species", Framed Certificate documenting the purchase of rainforest in your schoolʼs name. Reasonable Rates

Discounts and scholarships occassionally available, inquire. Block-booking gets discounts. Call with your preferred date and receive a quote: 209-225-9660

Awards
  • Recieved the National Environmental Excellence Award from the National Association of Environmental Professionals.
  • Commendation from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
More Info

Brochures, addiional documentation, and videos are available for download at our website.

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