Our Youth Conservation Outreach

Wild Wishes® teen Amos goes flyfishing for the first time in the Nueces River during a Higher Calling Wildlife stream fisheries trip focused on Texas native Guadalupe bass.

Youth Conservation Outreach

Our award-winning Wild Wishes® program grants wildlife encounters to children with a critical illness or loss of a parent or sibling. Teens from the program have an opportunity to be part of our special conservation mentoring through Higher Calling Wildlife®,

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Conservation Awareness

Teens are taken on special expeditions and taught to use photography, video, podcasting and the written word to communicate conservation awareness through social and traditional media.

We believe no one can understand wildlife in peril more than young people dealing with great struggles. This program empowers them and gives hope. And it helps create a NOW generation of purposed-filled, passionate conservationists understanding the North American Model of Conservation.

To learn how you can help the program email chester@chestermoore.com.

This is one way we show the love of Christ to hurting children through wildlife encounters.

Higher Calling Wildlife® founder Chester Moore with 17-year-old Olivia participating in the first-ever Higher Calling Gulf Coast expedition. She got to snorkel in the shark cage at the Texas State Aquarium in Corpus Christi and learn about sharks and other Gulf marine life on the trip.
Reannah takes part in the first ever Higher Calling Wildlife expedition in Dec. 2019 during a bighorn capture at Elephant Mountain Wildlife Management Area near Alpine, TX.
Dustin and Emily release eastern turkeys in Titus County, TX courtesy of our partners with the National Wild Turkey Federation and the Texas Parks & Wildlife Department.

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