The Wildlife Project has been working for several years to create a PBS-broadcasted show called "Wildlife Watching". The show introduces viewers readily accessible wildlife viewing opportunities, and shares the when, where, and how of wildlife watching. Wildlife Watching is packed with helpful tips for both the seasoned biologist and the family watching birds in its own backyard. The show suggests specific trails, best viewing times of year, recommended gear, and more.
A NOTE ABOUT ECO-TOURISM
Although we have lead trips to Central America in the past, The Wildlife Porject has shifted its focus to two areas. The first is our PBS program, Wildlife Watching, described above. The second is our redoubled focus on leading workshops for biologists, land managers, resource professionals, landowners, and others who need resource-agency approval to work with special-status species. We offer both custom and pre-designed workshops on the management of sensitive species to meet these very specific needs. See our Servicespage for details.