Wildlife Science Center

SEEK Updated
10/12/2015
Resource Types: 
EE Site
Field Trip/Tour
Program
Organization
Abstract: 

The Wildlife Science Center is a nationally recognized education and research facility that is home to 8 birds of prey, endangered gray, red, and Mexican gray wolves, mountain lions, bears, bobcats, and foxes. The Wildlife Science Center is an independent nonprofit organization that is located on the grounds of the Carlos Avery Wildlife Management Area in Columbus, Minnesota, an expansive natural habitat just 20 minutes north of downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Programs available include educational tours to see and learn about our resident animals, bonfire programs, and overnight Wolf Howl programs. We are also available for a variety of off-site programs tailor made to suit your audiences needs including live raptor programs. A more detailed description of the Center and the programs available is on our website (www.wildlifesciencecenter.org).

Please contact us to schedule a visit or to find out about the cost of individual programs.

Author: 
Staff
Topic Areas: 
Education
Animals
Wildlife
Conservation
Target Audience: 
All
Grades Pre K-12
Citizen and Youth Groups
Higher Education
Geographic Location: 
All Minnesota
Metro
Central
Geographic Location - Other: 
Forest Lake
Fee: 
Yes
Cost: 
variable
Library loan: 
No
Is training required?: 
No
Seasonal: 
No
Contact(s) or order information.: 

Wildlife Science Center
5463 West Broadway
Columbus, MN 55025

(651) 464-3993
e-mail = wscinfo@wildlifesciencecenter.org

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