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Trouper the Blind Raccoon is the official Wildlife Ambassador of the Wildlife Education Project. Trouper is a federally licensed wildlife ambassador who makes educational appearances throughout the state of Florida and is the subject of educational materials to remind us to Respect All Living Things. Visit his website just for kids.Learn More
Trouper’s national television debut on Nat Geo WILD’s “Unlikely Animal Friends”
Trouper, along with his caregiver Dorothy “Dot” Lee, will appear in an episode of “Unlikely Animal Friends” on Saturday, May 21 at 8/7c PM on Nat Geo WILD, where their unusual relationship will be highlighted.
WEP offers educational programs to public and private schools in Southwest Florida, along with soon-to-come video curriculum across the United States. Summer camp and after-school sessions also are available to and in collaboration with schools, churches, libraries, rehabilitation clinics, community events, and more. Learn more about our programs for: