School Program and Community Presentations

TSS can continue to conduct wolf video conferences, with Tundra and the other wolves participating by way of videos. Schools and community groups can contact Gary for a time that is convenient for them. The videos will show the wolves displaying their behavior including howling. Various wolf topics will also be presented and there will be time for questions.

Also, Gary can attend your school or community group to conduct the presentation.
Email Gary at or to register.

Interested in going for a walk in the forest and talking about wolves and Tundra’s legacy?


Tundra Speaks program will provide presentations to meet the unique needs of schools and community groups. Each presentation will focus on the ecological role of wolves provide as ‘Keepers of the Balance’ and the importance of wolves to First Nation peoples.

Audiences will learn how the FN peoples revered and co-existed with this animal. Participants will learn to embrace the Indigenous laws of many FN groups and how these laws make FN peoples excellent stewards and guardians of the environment. There will be many FN wolf legends and stories told.

For further details on price, time availability, etc. email Gary.

Wolf Education - Wolf pups

What an incredible treat it was for the kids to be introduced to Gary Allan’s thirteen month old wolf, Tundra! Students were mesmerized as they were graced with Tundra’s presence.

Wayne Peterson

Principal, Gwa’sala-‘Nakwaxda’xw School

The morning with Tundra was very educational and inspiring. Everyone in my class wants a wolf. I realize this is impossible but at least we learned a little more about the wolf and how the wolf is really misunderstood.

Irene Oickle

Teacher, Avalon Adventist Junior Academy