The Nevada Department of wildlife offers Wildlife Education and Aquatic Education field trips at a variety of Wildlife Education Sites in Western Nevada that includes diverse areas such as desert, sagebrush steppe, river, riparian, wetlands and mountain habitats. Nevada wildlife make their home in these diverse habitats, and the Wildlife Education Program helps to foster NDOW's mission: "Connecting people to wildlife in a positive way."
Learn more: Wildlife Education Sites
Learn about the birds of Nevada and bird watching opportunities in Nevada, such as the relative abundance of a species in preferred habitat and the season(s) of occurrence. All birds in Nevada are protected by Federal and/or State law with the exception of the European starling, rock dove and house sparrow. Contact the individual web sites or Division of Wildlife Regional offices for more information.
Learn more: Watchable Wildlife
Trout in the Classroom
Trout in the Classroom (TIC) is an educational program tied to the curricula for 4th and 5th grades, to teach students about the science, art, recreation and other values of fish and aquatic life.
Learn more: Trout in the Classroom
Questions contact: Tricia Dutcher (775) 334-3808