May 13, 2011
Field Trip! Explore Wildlife in this Springtime Project
Learn about wildlife and protect animals in the "Shoot to Save Wildlfe" photography and poster project
Field trip! Spring is in full bloom, which is a great time to reconnect with nature. “Shoot to Save Wildlife” is a wonderful photography and essay project for youth groups or a fun weekend project for the family.
There are many wild animals who are at risk of losing their lives due to habitat vulnerability, or in senseless “contests” when the animals are killed. You can show support for our wild neighbors by showing their true beauty as part of creation, whether in a photograph, poster and or essay.
Visit local and state parks, forested areas, shorelines and other landscapes to connect with wildlife. Spend time learning about a species and lend your voice in support of animal protection.
Submit your project by June 15, 2011, and HSUS Student Outreach will send you a HSUS reusable water bottle!
Find out more about the "Shoot to Save Wildlife" project, including how to submit your entry.
Find out about more ministries for celebrating and protecting wildlife in The HSUS Animal Protection Ministries: A Guide for Churches.