These programs are geared towards providing unique opportunity for learners, researchers and educators to visit the parks and learn about nature, climate, wildlife and cultural heritage. It will explore the importance of natural parks to learners from nearby schools, specifically those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
The learners will be helped to identify, observe, analyze and describe the fauna and flora. They’ll learn about biodiversity and proper ways to sustain it. The initiative is going to welcome volunteers and well-wishers to teach learners on the significance of environmental conservation, and make them acquire significant knowledge on wildlife around the national parks.
There are several activities which take place at Red Rocks during school holidays. There are guided tours to different areas like Gihondohondo Eco-Park and scheduled video shows that help the children know more concerning their environment.