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  • JUNGLE TRAILS TRAINING!

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  • Let’s talk Logistics! Woo Hoo!!

  • There will be an A-frame sign

    to place out on the main path

    at the beginning of each shift

    This sign will help people know

    about the Jungle Trails hikes!

    The Jungle Trails Field Guide will help you

    remember species, house names, fun facts,

    and conservation topics!

  • WATCH YOUR TIME

    This tour should last 20-25 min

    1 2 3

    4 5

    Meet guests by the

    Mueller’s Gibbons Orangutan Stop Lion Tamarin Stop

    *Activity Stop* Bonobo Stop

  • Our *Star* Species

    There are a lot of

    awesome animals in

    Jungle Trails, but

    please remember that

    the Orangutan,

    Golden Headed Lion

    Tamarin, and Bonobo

    are the focus!

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  • Be Flexible ☺

    Please understand that this is a new type of

    Zone and there likely will be kinks to work out as

    the season goes on

    Please be FLEXIBLE and PAITENT, we are learning how to do this together!

  • THE ROLE OF STORYTELLING IN INTERPRETATION

    Jungle Trails is a Zone filled

    with awesome stories to tell!

    Storytelling will help guests

    build emotional connections

    with our animals

  • Why Storytelling? Story telling is an incredibly powerful tool, it is

    the basis of everything in human society!

    Storytelling is the oldest method of transferring

    knowledge in human history.

    To put it simply, stories are how we come to

    understand and connect with the world. Stories

    shape almost everything we believe! It’s how

    we understand ourselves, communicate, and

    connect with one another.

    Good storytelling has the power to transform

    our perceptions of the world!

  • The Power of Storytelling

    “Connect the Brain to the Heart” “Close Enough to Care”

  • EXAMPLE!

  • Storytelling and Conservation

    Scientists are quickly recognizing the power of storytelling in the field of Conservation

    The purpose of storytelling is to make a connection with an individual on a personal level and deliver a message that resonates with them so that they are

    moved to take some sort of action

    Through a compelling story, you have the opportunity to inspire respect, understanding, and

    action that will hopefully lead to conservation

    Conservation is a people problem and people are built to hear and connect to stories!

  • JUNGLE TRAILS STORIES

  • The

    Orange

    Pirates of

    Borneo

  • BYE, BYE, BUTTERFLY

  • Lomela and Mwanda

  • THE BONOBO AND THE STARLING

  • Help Create those Connections

    “Only if we understand, can we care. Only if we care, we will help. Only if we help, shall all be saved.” ~ Jane Goodall