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Community Nature Education

Planting trees in Quito, Ecuador, as part of a global tree planting program, connected to Rotary International, that will benefit neotropical migrant birds as well as offset negative impacts of climate change.

Educating children and teachers about nature study and the environment has
been at the core of what Trust for Wildlife (TFW) has promoted since its
inception in 1983. Hundreds of thousands of children have benefited from
special curricula developed by TFW, including materials translated and
produced for children and teachers in Russia and Latin Americas. A very
important commitment has been mentoring of middle school and senior high
school students. A number of these students have been successful in pursuing
their college education and careers in wildlife biology, conservation, and
environmental education. Several of the students are profiled here.

Elise Seyferth co-hosting a weekly radio show “Nature Notes”

Elise Seyferth working on nature trail interpretive signs and trail maintenance as part of her senior high school mentoring program

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