Animals need places to live and nest, and people need places to work and play. Ensuring that these opportunities remain comes down to working together through our connections to one another, our coworkers, our community, our extended family, and our children.
Conservation Northwest partners with local communities to find practical and inclusive solutions that make sense for forests, wildlife, and people. We protect wildlife and connect wildlands with children and families in mind, thinking ahead to a healthy and wild future for both current and future generations.
Interested in a presentation at your school or classroom? Please contact outreach (at) conservationnw.org and we’ll work to arrange it!
Noting the age of your students and a specific topic or animal species that you or your class is most interested in helps us narrow down which staffer is a good fit. Thank you!
We’re also the Washington affiliate organization for the National Wildlife Federation, America’s oldest and largest conservation group. NWF offers some amazing resources for getting kids involved in conservation, from their Range Rick and ZooBooks publications, to their Garden for Wildlife program!
Coloring pages for kids
- Wolf coloring book page
- Fisher, eagle, salmon coloring book pages
by Bellingham artist Jeffrey Meyer
- North Cascades Grizzly Bear coloring page
Learn about conservation in your backyard
- Garden for Wildlife from the National Wildlife Federation
- Home Science: Backyard Conservation by HomeAdvisor
- Animal facts game from from the National Wildlife Federation
Discover the forest
Check out this cool website for fun outdoor activities kids will love!
Anything might happen, if you give it time: See animals in action!
Name that fish
Test yourself on the mystery fish page