Browse the product catalog below for products that support the Project WILD curriculum.

For international orders, call (202) 838-3467.  

Flying WILD: An Educator's Guide to Celebrating Birds

Price: $24.00

Flying WILD: An Educator's Guide to Celebrating Birds provides over 40 activities that teach middle-school students about birds, their migration, and what people can do to help birds and their habitats.

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Growing Up WILD: Exploring Nature with Young Children

Price: $35.00

Designed for educators of children ages 3-7, Growing Up WILD builds on children’s sense of wonder about nature through outdoor exploration and 27 field-tested lessons that include over 400 experiences to share with students. These experiences involve concepts in science, math, vocabulary, art, music and movement, health and safety, and nutrition, and other subjects. The curriculum is aligned with NAEYC standards, the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework, and the USDA's MyPlate guidelines for child nutrition. The second edition of this guide, released November 2020, has been reformatted to 8.5" x 11".

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Online Donations

Price: $0.00

minimum $10.00

As a thank you for your donation, for a limited time, you will have access to the Project WILD Haunted Forest! Once you complete your donation, you will be able to download a file with a link to access the site.

America's fish and wildlife belong to all of us. Conserving and preventing the exploitation of these vital resources - on both public and private lands and waters within our borders - is critical to the well being of our nation and beyond. Thank you for contributing to the efforts of the AFWA!

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Science and Civics: Sustaining Wildlife

Price: $10.30

Science and Civics: Sustaining Wildlife provides educators with activities and action projects for involving high school students in stewardship efforts targeting local wildlife found in a community. The program involves students in decisions affecting people, wildlife, and their shared habitat in the community. 

Note: This is a PDF download. Download file after purchase.

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