Learn how California Early Native Americans co-existed with wildlife and the environment and used plants and primitive tools. All students will have the opportunity for hands-on activities that may include acorn grinding, art, fine motor skill games and other activities. Requires 4 adult assistants.
An in-depth study on daily life and environmental interaction, with emphasis on hunting and survival skills
Class Fee Length Class 1st class $225.00 1.5 Hour 2nd-6 2nd & 3rd class (per class) $185.00 1.5 Hour 2nd-6
Maximum number of students per program is 35.
Maximum of three programs on a single day.
There is a mileage travel fee base on distances from Morgan Hill. For Morgan Hill, the fee is $15. For Gilroy, the fee is $20. For San Jose or Hollister, the fee is $25. For other areas, the fee will be determined.
Program availability and prices are subject to change without notice.
To schedule programs or obtain more information, contact W.E.R.C.
W.E.R.C., the Wildlife Education and Rehabilitation Center provides the community with rehabilitation services for orphaned, injured and sick native wildlife. Through our educational programs, W.E.R.C. encourages a peaceful coexistence between civilization and our native wildlife. Federal tax ID #77-0324296