See Trouper Live

See Trouper Live

Respecting the Earth and Animals One Classroom at a Time!

Do you live in Southwest Florida?

Did you know Miss Dot and Trouper the Blind Raccoon, the Official Animal Ambassador for the Wildlife Education Project (WEP) can visit your school, class, camp, or group? Even adult groups, like senior adult care facilities, can schedule a session with them!

In fact, they are taking reservations right now! For a small donation (see list to right) Trouper and Miss Dot can appear at your function!

If you have never witnessed a group of people completely quiet and attentive, we can guarantee the “Trouper the Blind Raccoon” will keep them riveted! Miss Dot and Trouper have even conducted presentations over Zoom or Skype to speak with groups in places outside Florida.

When Miss Dot, who is a wildlife rehabilitator and a retired educator, presents the WEP message to your group and shares the harrowing story of Trouper’s tragedy that inspired their proactive message, everyone is listening, even the littlest ones.

Download the full WEP Brochure here!

The Message

Miss Dot presents a message that the whole audience can relate to, whether in kindergarten or in middle school or as an adult. With Trouper the Blind Raccoon by her side, she teaches the everyone to respect wildlife and all living things.

If you would like to book a session with Dot & Trouper, please email dot@wildlifeeducationproject.org today!

 

Now You Can Watch Trouper On YouTube!

Watch Trouper in action by visiting our WEP YouTube Channel.

See our photos on Instagram, too, at Wildlife_Education_Project on your Phone APP!

Find Trouper in this Episode of Unlikely Friends on Nat Geo Wild