The Wildlife Heritage Center and Library
Education and Community Outreach
Dedicated in 1996, the Wildlife Heritage Center contains a fully equipped
auditorium that easily accommodates seminars, banquets and conferences. The
William F. Brown Memorial Library is filled with wealth of information on
the sporting dog, pertaining to breeding, hunting, training, field trialing,
conservation, game management and wildlife art.
The Bird Dog Foundation uses the Wildlife Center to educate children and
adults alike in the delicate balance between man and nature.
Through its innovative education and outreach programs the Bird Dog
Foundation, Inc. seeks to promote the man-dog relationship, especially
among our children, and to inspire permanent regard for wildlife in general.
trips are popular with area schools and youth groups. An annual
scholarship essay contest stimulates concern for relative issues and awards
financial assistance to the winning college bound high school author. The
Foundation also hosts an annual sporting dog art contest which is open to area
students of all grades. It is a popular local event that attracts many entrants.
For more information, please contact the Education Coordinator through the
contact methods shown at the bottom of this page.