- Tools in Science - Explore tools and instruments used by wildlife scientists in various fields. Examples include binoculars, field guides, microscopes, etc.
- Q & A with Think Wild Wildlife Scientists* - Discover careers in wildlife biology by learning from Think Wild staff and wildlife professionals
- Intro to Careers in Wildlife Conservation - Learn about diverse career paths in wildlife biology and conservation from Think Wild staff
- Explore Animal Enrichment - Learn about wild animal instincts and exercise while in captivity and create enrichment for a patient or a pet
- Planting for Pollinators* - Plant and care for native flowering plants in the Think Wild garden and explore plant relationships with native pollinators *Available seasonally, please inquire
- Research in the Garden* - Implement avenues of scientific inquiry through generating research questions, designing methodology, and conducting experiments in the Think Wild native pollinator garden
- Project Re-Wild (coming soon)* - Gain hands-on experience restoring and monitoring Central Oregon landscapes to support wildlife
- Habitat Murals - Compare and contrast Central Oregon habitats by creating interpretive habitat murals
- Habitat Quality Testing - Assess quality of diverse Central Oregon habitat types through testing water quality, soil nutrient content, and more.
- Owl Pellet Dissection - Discover unique raptor adaptations by dissecting owl pellets and piecing together prey skeletons
- Adaptation Study - Choose a Central Oregon wildlife species to study and assess evolved structures and associated functions
- Bird Beaks - Test different specialized “bird beaks” in food gathering challenges to compare and contrast effectiveness in different foraging scenarios