Everyone at Wild Intelligence will remember you always for all the joy, the passion, the wisdom, and life you brought to us all. Thank you for the time you gave to us, to mentoring, and to the friendships we forged. We will see you in the light of the sun and hear your song in that of the birds. Rest in peace our Coyote Brother.

Carl Lindberg
Photo was taken by Mike Weems

This has been an incredible spring and we are diving into summer camps next soon. The Blackberries are beginning to ripen, baby birds abound, and those Mockingbirds are certainly keeping the Crows on their toes.  We are now opening registration today for the following three programs for the 2015-16 school year:

We are very excited about our continued growth at Wild Intelligence and for the ongoing support of our community!  We are actively working on building more programs for families, adults, and community offerings.  We will be announcing our Fall Forest Caterpillars for 4-6 years old and Year of the Snake June 19, 2015.

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Coyotes heading out for their SurTHRIVAL trip!

Photo Credit: Ann Turner


Knife Carving at Otters

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Forest Caterpillars Story Time!

Photo Credit: Sarah Hubbard


Year of the Snake – learning archery with Tommy Tye10247300_434613650036904_4880483664719617060_n
photo by Ann Turner

Coyote Scout Weekend

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March 29, 2015

All ages, Family Friendly! Wild Intelligence and The State Botanical Garden of Georgia invite you to join us for a delightful afternoon of storytelling in Tales from the Wild! Find out more here >>>

Spring Alive Spring Break Camp!

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