Wildlands Conservation is actively involved in many different facets of environmental education, from designing formal programs for professionals, to educating the general public on relevant conservation issues. We work with various interest groups to design educational programs. We have experience in conducting surveys, focus groups and interviews to gather the data needed to tailor our programs to the target audience.
Education and Outreach
Education and Outreach
Education and Outreach
Education and Outreach

Wildlands teaches a variety of courses, including: wildlife tracks and signs identification, acoustic bat monitoring, bird song and call identification, and auditory frog call identification.

Wildlands also:
• Works with conservation groups in providing expert biological opinion on land use issues throughout Florida.
• Implements environmental education and outreach programs with local communities and schools.
• Conducts studies focusing on public knowledge, attitudes and behavior about wildlife and resource management in Florida.
• Works with communities and local governments to provide a linkage between the science community, the public and the decision makers.
• Speaks to civic organizations, school groups, university classes on topics that include, but are not limited to: wildlife, long-term environmental planning, land management, careers in conservation biology, county conservation planning, and strategic areas for conservation.

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