Sensory Safari offers a unique opportunity to children and adults. It is very special for the visually impaired who focus learning through touch and hearing. Children and adults are escorted by knowledgeable “safari guides” through a variety of touchable displays of animal, fish and bird mounts, skins, skulls and horns. The guides describe the animals and their habitats and behaviors as participants touch and sometimes even hug the displays. Sensory Safaris can be held year-around and be located virtually anywhere, giving children and adults a hands-on wildlife education.
Supported by the Royal Alberta Museum, the Sensory Safari utilizes donated and borrowed animal mounts, skins, skulls and horns.
For more information check out their website: http://safariclubfoundation.org