Get up close and personal with animals – without the suffering!
Curiosity about animals and their behaviour comes naturally for kids. Taking them to see wild animals at a zoo or aquarium teaches a painful lesson: they think it is normal for a wild animal to live in a cage. Likewise, seeing an animal on a hobby farm that is destined for slaughter does not share the full truth of intensive agriculture. There are many creative resources available online that encourage curiosity and creative thinking without treating a living animal like an object.
Enjoy our family-friendly PDF guides with clickable links, showing ethical ways to view and learn about farmed and wild animals. From live cameras of baby eagles, to wildlife tracking apps and even colouring books, there is something in this resource for all ages.