Since the organization's foundation in 2000, its staff has been educating students, and anyone wanting to take a tour about the importance of the animals they rescue and the role they play in their native ecosytems. For decades man has been intruding on these animals' habitats by destroying forests and illegally poaching some species threatening the balance of entire ecosystems that even us as humans rely on for survival. By showing people in person how impressive these exotic animals are, CCI hopes to encourage people to be stewards of the environment and help to save endangered species in any way they can.
As a result of their experience with wildlife education, specifically with children, it was a natural choice to team up with CCI and conduct my ecological webcasts from their location.
This webcast was braodcast live to the Year 4 class at Prycroft Grange primary school in Chertsry, England where students are learning about zoology and environmental issues. In the hour long broadcast I taughtthe 8 and 9 year olds about the behavior, natural habitats, and environmental issues that threathen the existance of Wolves, New Guinea Singing Dogs, and Tigers.