Wild Nature Institute for Education

Wild Nature Institute conducts scientific research on endangered wildlife and inspires the public to protect wild nature. 

One of Wild Nature Institute's educational programs, Celebrating Africa's Giants, includes children's books and related environmental education tools. The following highlighted text is copied verbatim from Wild Nature Institute's website. 

Each species of African Giant teaches about a broader topic:

GIRAFFES: Adaptation to the environment

ELEPHANTS: Ecology & Social Behavior

RHINOCEROS: Wildlife Conservation


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GIRAFFE On this page you will find: 

  • Giraffe Facts poster (!!FREE!!)

  • Wonderfully Weird Giraffes poster (!!FREE!!)

  • Giraffe-themed, conservation-oriented activities (!!FREE!!)

  • Juma the Giraffe videobook (!!FREE!!)

  • A list of ways to help giraffes (!!FREE!!)


ELEPHANT On this page you will find: 

  • Elephant Facts poster (!!FREE!!)

  • Enormous & Elegant poster (!!FREE!!)

  • Elephant-themed, conservation-oriented activities (!!FREE!!)

  • Our Elephant Neighbors videobook (!!FREE!!)

  • A list of ways to help elephants (!!FREE!!)


RHINOCEROS On this page you will find:

  • Rhinoceros Facts poster (!!FREE!!)

  • Conservation Crash poster (!!FREE!!)

  • Rhinoceros-themed, conservation-oriented activities (!!FREE!!)

  • Helping Brother Rhinoceros videobook (!!FREE!!)

  • A list of ways to help rhinos (!!FREE!!)


PUBLICATION: "The goal of Nature’s Giants is to help connect young people with our planet's ecological giants and their conservation challenges, and find ways to keep that connection growing." LINK:

We share these resources for you to further Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch's support of Wild Nature Institute & Nature's Giants. We also sell Helping Brother Rhinoceros and Juma the Giraffe in our Safari Trading Post gift shop. 

We love animals, but for the safety of your animal and ours, OUTSIDE ANIMALS INCLUDING PETS AND SERVICE ANIMALS ARE NOT ALLOWED. "At a zoo, service animals can be restricted from areas where the animals on display are the natural prey or natural predators of dogs, where the presence of a dog would be disruptive, causing the displayed animals to behave aggressively or become agitated." For full explanation from United States Department of Justice, visit Click here for answers to more frequently-asked questions.

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