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Educational Outreach

Pineview has been serving as an educational resource to members in our community for over 38 years.  Featuring live birds and animals, programs are presented to classrooms, clubs, and a variety of civic organizations with the message about the importance of co-existing with the earth's wild creatures.  These outreach programs also teach individuals about wildlife behavior and respect for this earth.Jeannie and Owl in classroom

The birds and reptiles that accompany Pine View staff members and volunteers to the educational programs are non-releasable due to a variety of permanent injuries. Information about our residents can be found here.

Pine View Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education and Quad Packaging teamed up in 2013 to provide a wildlife/sustainable environmental educational program for students in southeastern Wisconsin. The presentation includes live birds and reptiles and focuses on raising awareness as to the importance of trees for all living species for middle school programs. This program is called The Need for Trees.

Adding to the list of educational environmental programs on which team Pine View and Quad Packaging have collaborated is our 2019 pilot program called Trees are Treasures. This program is designed for students in K-3, and three schools in SE Wisconsin will be provided with supplemental environmental sustainability kits for their students. Distributed in fall, winter, and spring, each kit will include seasonal activities and books. The kits focus on the need for trees, the uniqueness of wildlife and this earth, and their role in supporting the environment. We are excited about this new program.

New photos and videos will be coming soon that show our continued collaboration with Quad Packaging.

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Our mantra at Pine View is "There is no such thing as a pet wild animal".

Please contact Pine View by phone or email to inquire about hosting an educational wildlife presentation.

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