For the 2016/2017 school year, ALCOA has generously funded Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary's school bus scholarship program! We can now assist you with busing costs for school field trips to our facility! For more information, click here!
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Located in one of the few remaining wild and rural areas of Orange County, Tucker provides students and visitors the chance to experience native habitats first hand. Educators, give your students a unique opportunity to explore outside the classroom this year and enjoy a hands-on experience with nature.
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Every year thousands of school children, teachers, Scouts, and other groups participate in field classes at Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary. Our Outdoor Education Program is based on the California State Core Curriculum standards. Our presentations focus on the natural history of native Orange
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County plants and wildlife with the aim of fostering a deeper respect for animals and their habitats. The Program is taught by trained naturalists educated in biology, botany, ornithology, geology, geography, anthropology, elementary education and/or natural sciences. Programs can be tailored to focus on specific subjects or areas of interest.
Our Mission Statement
Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary has a dual mission – to support science and environmental education and to act as a sanctuary for the preservation of the local native habitat and wildlife.
Tucker Hours 9am-4pm Tuesday thru Sunday. 714 649-2760
To make a donation, click here.