Education

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The Southwest Wildlife Foundation provides highly educational and entertaining birds of prey programs and field excursions for corporate retreats, yoga retreats, as well as family, church and community groups.

Call for information or to schedule a program 435-586-4693 or 435-590-1618.

Martin Tyner and his golden eagle, Scout, frequently make guest appearances at large expos and signings for his book, Healer of Angels, throughout the Western United States.

By sending an e-mail request to info@gowildlife.org, the Southwest Wildlife Foundation will place you on their contact list to be notified of upcoming special events and activities.

Healer of Angels

Learn more about his book, Healer of Angels.



ROAD SCHOLAR PROGRAMS

Road Scholar programs are offered through many universities and colleges throughout the world. The Southwest Wildlife Foundation provides both the Bird of Prey program and field excursions to Road Scholar participants in conjunction with Dixie University of Utah.

“Your knowledge and affection for your birds were inspirational.”

—The Schneiders, Des Moines, Iowa


Birds of Prey Program

The Southwest Wildlife Foundation offers “Birds of Prey,” an exciting educational program. The audience enjoys beautiful slides of wild raptors, while Master Falconer and educator Martin Tyner teaches about these majestic birds. Identification, hunting, nesting behaviors and our shared environment are among the topics discussed in the presentation. A golden eagle named Scout is just one of the raptors accompanying Mr. Tyner in his live birds of prey program.

“The show was not only entertaining, but very educational and professionally presented. The birds are just spectacular to see…”

—Norri Eells
PTA President, Dean La Mar Allen Elementary, Las Vegas, NV

Call now to schedule a program (435) 586-4693 or (435) 590-1618.


Eagle Court of Honor

An Eagle Scout Court of Honor is a special experience for a young man who has earned scouting’s highest award, the rank of Eagle Scout.

Mr. Tyner, accompanied by his golden eagle, Scout, provides a short inspirational talk about the qualities of an eagle and who an Eagle Scout should be; giving credit to all of the people who have helped the young Eagle Scout achieve such a distinguished award.

Call now to schedule a program (435) 586-4693 or (435) 590-1618.


Field Excursions

Have you ever wished you could get close to wildlife for great photo opportunities? Would you like to watch a falcon flying free, diving at its quarry at speeds up to 200 mph? Stand in the presence of a powerful golden eagle? Explore ancient petroglyph’s and discover dinosaur tracks that are approximately 65 million years old?

Call for information about these once-in-a-life-time group tours 435-586-4693 or 435-590-1618.