Lesson about wolves in Ciechow

Education is one of the most important pillars of the SAVE Wildlife Conservation Fund’s species conservation strategy. With environmental education, we can act effectively and protect nature in the long term. For this reason, we work with schools to familiarize students with the biology and ecology of wolves.

This week, Roman Gula from the SAVE Wildlife Conservation Fund team conducted three lessons on wolves at the Primary School in Ciechow. Our audience – pupils aged 6 to 14 – asked many interesting questions. The participants wanted to find out, among others:

– do wolves howl at the moon?

– can we raise wolves?

– is there an alpha individual among wolves?

We are glad that young people are demonstrating interest in these fascinating predators. We hope that their enthusiasm will create a more open society towards the increasing number of wolves in Polish forests.

Magda Strzała