Sensory Safari | Alamo Chapter of Safari Club Intl
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Sensory Safari

Our Sensory Safari is a most rewarding and moving program whereby children and adults everywhere, but especially individuals with visual or other impairments, are offered a unique opportunity to “see” wildlife through the sense of touch.

 

By utilizing donated and borrowed animal mounts, skins, skulls, and horns we are able to offer hundreds of schoolchildren, adults, and individuals who are visually impaired and disabled the chance to gain a “visual” perspective of what nature’s animals are like.

Our Sensory Safari Chair

Ken Wilson

sensorysafari@alamosci.org

(830) 792-4200