At HCTF we believe in the importance of educating youth about BC’s amazing biodiversity, inspiring the next generation of conservationists. Learning may look a little different at the moment but there’s still lots of opportunities for kids and their families to get to know charismatic creaturess like the caribou, one of many species that HCTF supports through our conservation programs.
HCTF is partnering with LiveIt to bring families a free educational series on these amazing animals May 25th – 29th, 2020. This will include a broadcast talking with caribou experts about the Klinse-Za caribou maternal pen, where caribou moms (cows) and babies (calves) are protected during the time they’re most vulnerable to predators before being released back into the wild. Kids will have the opportunity to ask caribou experts questions live via Twitter with the help of an adult.
To sign up for this free series:
- Visit https://www.liveit.earth/10-week-sign-up to subscribe.
- Confirm your subscription via email (please check your spam/junk mail if you do not receive an email from LiveIt following sign up).
- You’ll receive a welcome email from LiveIt providing access to the Free Series webpage. Info about next week’s caribou series will be sent out on Monday, May 25th.
A special thanks to our project leaders at the Nîkanêse Wah tzee Stewardship Society and Wildlife Infometrics for their help with this broadcast! This is an incredible opportunity to learn about BC’s woodland caribou from some amazing conservationists so we hope your family can join us!