If you are a 4th or 5th grade girl please join us at the Endangered Wolf Center for this two-hour field trip that will take you on an adventure into the world of wild canines. Students will join their very own docent tour guide in our classroom where they will spend about 30 minutes learning about the five species of predators we have at the Center and the important role these animals play in a healthy ecosystem. Students will then be given a passport booklet to bring with them on their hour-and-a-half-long walking tour of the animal enclosures. At each enclosure the students will observe the animals in a natural habitat, while they learn exciting facts about each species they visit. At the end of the program students will get a stamp in their passport booklet showing they visited the Center. They will be able to take the passport booklet home as a keepsake to remember their experience.