FREE Endangered Species Videos - Council for Wildlife Conservation and Education

Council for Wildlife Conservation and Education

The Council for Wildlife Conservation and Education, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide accurate conservation education materials that give students positive and factual information about the success of sportsmen-supported wildlife management in North America. Contributions and grants help fund distribution of these video programs, which are available free to schools.

Grades 4-7 — Tells kids the “good news” about America’s thriving wildlife populations and how wildlife management has returned once endangered species to abundance.

Grades 7-12 — Explores the growth and success of wildlife management, and how species such as the white- tailed deer, elk, wood duck, antelope and wild turkey are no longer endangered species.

Grades 7-12 — Provides students with the facts they need to develop informed opinions about the role of hunting in modern society and takes a fair look at both sides of the hunting debate.

Educator Free Request Form
Please send me the following FREE videos (limit one copy of each video) for use in the school listed below