Looking out of your tent in morning to see the sun rise. Looking up after the campfire has died down to see millions of stars. Is there any better way to get into wildlife conservation than taking your kids camping?
Allowing your kids to go to summer camp in Alberta is not only a physical and fun experience, but it is also educational too. With the help of professional conservationists they will learn different ways to achieve their goal of preserving species’ including:
- Education and learning
- Protection of habitats
- Monitoring wildlife
- Scientific research
Children can get involved in little ways, but the best way to get them interested is to teach them about wildlife. Is it possible for them to do this? Of course it is. Summer camps teach them:
- To play nature and wildlife games
- To learn how to fish
- To grow and pick vegetables
- To learn about plants
Fishing and legal hunting also have their role in the wider ecosystem and in preserving habitats. Read on to learn more about how your kids can get involved in fishing and wildlife conservation.