The WWM is home to a large collection of wild game specimens indigenous to North America and South America. Visitors can experience first hand a variety of animals, and records of their habits and behavior. The main focus of the WWM is education, and there are three main areas of focus: The history, culture, practice and ethics of hunting and field sports all over the world. The biology of plants and animals native to the United States and another part of the world. Every year, we will look at a different continent. The impact of human activities on the global environment and local ecosystems and how individuals can practice environmental stewardship in everyday life. We offer education courses for various ages on wilderness first aid (for professionals and laymen) as well as wilderness firearm safety Tours provided anytime by appointment and museum open Sundays 1 - 4 p.m. Guided/outfitted hunts and fishing available as well.