School Program


Our journey to educate people on the value of the wolf in ecosystems, begins with Tundra and I visiting schools or inviting school and community groups to visit the wolves here in Cedar (we have moved from Sointula – hooray). Visitors  can participate in ‘A Day with the Wolves’ and details are covered in the Wolf Brochure, listed further along on this page.

Wolf education school program While I provide basic information on wolves and show short videos of wolf behaviour, Tundra interacts with the audience, gaining their trust and confidence. This interaction assists tremendously in changing their attitudes.

The topics I cover in my wolf presentation are:

  • Pup development
  • Pack dynamics
  • Mating and reproduction
  • Wolf predation
  • Wolf conservation issues in BC

I display pictures of Tundra, Nahanni and Mahikan from  pups to their full grown stature. This slideshow further excites the audience on the beauty of wolves.

These presentations are available to schools and community groups for Vancouver Island and Lower Mainland and the cost is $100. This fee is a partial reimbursement of my travel expenses. To arrange a visit, please email me wolfman@whospeaksforwolf.com, or call (778) 441-4911.

Download a printable Tundra school brochure.

I have developed a new program, “A Day with the Wolves” which involves travelling to Cedar to spend a day with Tundra, Nahanni and Mahikan. Please refer to the PDF brochure that is attached for full program details. You and your students will enjoy the experience.

Wolf Brochure – PDF


Tundra in Campbell RiverTestimonials:

“What an incredible treat it was for the kids to be introduced to Gary Allan’s thirteen month old wolf, Tundra! Students were mesmerized as they were graced with Tundra’s presence.” Wayne Peterson, Principal Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw School

“The morning with Tundra was very educational and inspiring. Everyone in my class wants a wolf. I realize this is impossible but at least we learned a little more about the wolf and how the wolf is really misunderstood.”  Irene Oickle, Teacher Avalon Adventist Junior Academy