Direct from Banff National Park

Direct From Banff National Park: Track the Wolf Pack

Suitable for Grades 4-9


Thursday, April 14, 2022

Thursday, May 19, 2022

11 AM - 12 PM (MST)


Zoom - Participants will receive a link after registering

and/ or

TELUS Spark Science Centre


Individual Student/Household: $5

Per class online (up to 35 students): $100


Suitable for Grades 4-9

Let's get wild about wolves, and track the wolf pack!

TELUS Spark Science Centre is partnering with Parks Canada to provide students a unique opportunity to learn about the wolves that roam the land. This interactive tour includes a live Q&A session with an expert on location in Banff National Park through one of the most iconic ecosystems on the planet.

Learn all about the incredible species that call this park home, along with species interactions, human impacts, predator-prey relationships, conservation efforts, and technologies Banff National Park uses to monitor wolves and its population in the wild. Uncover what clues this very special predator may have left behind.



Individual Student/Household: $5

Per class online (up to 35 students): $100

Dates & Time

Thursday, April 14, 2022
Thursday, May 19, 2022

11 AM - 12 PM (MST)

Curriculum Ties

Grade 4: Alberta: The Land, Histories, and Stories

Grade 5: Canada: The Land, Histories, and Stories

Grade 6: Trees and Forests

Grade 7: Interactions and Ecosystems, Planet Earth

Grade 9: Biodiversity, Environmental Chemistry

About Banff

Banff National Park - Canada’s first national park and the flagship of the nation’s park system. Over three million visitors a year make the pilgrimage to the park for a variety of activities including hiking, biking, skiing and camping in some of the world’s most breathtaking mountain scenery. Banff is part of the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks UNESCO World Heritage Site.

For more information please contact [email protected]

For in-person bookings at Spark, please call 403.817.6802

Individual Bookings Class Bookings

Laurie Schwartz, Outreach Educator, Banff National Park

Laurie is a founding member of Parks Canada’s Mountain WIT, a group dedicated to sharing the stories of Banff National Park in a fun and memorable way. She is the author of “A Beary, Berry Good Day/ Une «baie» bonne journée,” an award-winning bilingual children’s book about grizzly bears. Her dedication to public service and creativity in education programs was recognized with a Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal. Laurie and her team are currently recording a “Parks Playlist” of songs about #WildlifeRules!

A-wooooo! Ready to explore the call of the wild?

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