Outreach from AWCC

The AWCC staff can visit your school or organization! Below are the outreach programs that can travel to you.

Alaska Animals Puppet Show

  • Grades: K – 2nd grades
  • 30 students maximum
  • Description: Learn about Alaska animals with the help of AWCC’s puppets and staff! The puppet show lasts approximately 25 minutes and is followed by hands-on activities with animal skulls, hides, and antlers.
  • 45 minutes total
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Awesome Adaptations

  • Grades: 3rd – 5th grades
  • 30 students maximum
  • Description: Students will learn how Alaska animals have uniquely adapted to live in a harsh environment. Students will have a hands-on experience investigating skulls, fur, teeth, and bones.
  • 1 hour
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Adaptation Stations

Students learn about the AWCC’s wildlife from this interactive, bio-fact based drop-in program. This option is ideal for groups to interact with on a rolling basis during their visit and for larger groups.

Grades: K-12 (booked in hour increments)

Adaptation Station options:

  1. Tracks and Skat: Become familiar with animal tracks and signs. Learn how to recognize what wildlife has passed through your area.
  2. Skull Morphology: Learn to identify different a

Contact the Education Department at education@alaskawildlife.org or 907-783-0058 x 8 for more information.

Please read our cancellation policy.

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NEW Animal Clinic & Housing building

"These additions and expansions will make it possible for us to provide the best care for resident animals and allow us to expand opportunities to rescue, care for, and potentially release injured and orphaned animals back into the wild."  Dr. Oakley, AWCC Head Veterinarian