The Wild Migrations Map, a giant floor map, is part of an education program made available free of charge in partnership with Canadian Geographic. This program sends the map to schools, camps and other youth programs across the country to inspire and teach students about the wildlife and habitat that surrounds us.
How to Get The Map
Right now, the maps are circulating in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto and Montreal. If you know of a school in one of these areas that would benefit from a map visit, please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org
Just the Facts
Teachers can guide their classes using 10 hands-on activities that accompany the map. Related topics include: how endangered species are protected, learning about the oceans, tracking incredible migrations, the geography of North America, how animals find food, how organizations work together to help wildlife, and much more!
Where the Map Has Been
Check back soon to see more locations.
Students can walk on the map, across scientifically researched and satellite-tracked migrations to see the continent from a wholly new perspective. It’s the first map of its kind to unite students in such an interactive way with all the elements of Canada’s landscape and creatures.
The Species Featured
Sponsoring the Map
We would love to print another map and be able to circulate to more schools across the country! Please contact DanV@cwf-fcf.org to discuss future opportunities.