Education Programs

Looking for something exciting and educational for your classroom, group, or scout troop? Maybe your child is fascinated with birds of prey and you're looking for some birthday party entertainment. What about bringing nature inside? Our nature-indoors education programs will provide a fun, entertaining, and sometimes hands-on education for your group. These educational programs cover a wide variety of wildlife and environmental topics.

Owls of the World

Kindergarten and up 

 

Feature: 2-3 Owl Ambassadors

 

Introduce students to one of the greatest predators in the world. They will learn the natural history, anatomy, and adaptations of various owl species all over the world and how they survive in various ecosystems.

45 minutes – $100.00 (On Site program) $150.00 (Off Site Program)

All About Beaks!

Kindergarten and up

Feature: 2-3 Bird Ambassadors

 

Did you know that there are many different shapes and sizes of bird beaks? And they are specifically designed for each bird’s food source? Through this program, learners will get to study the different adaptations of bird beaks and conduct an experiment with the different beaks they have learned about.

45 minutes – $100.00 (On Site program) $150.00 (Off Site Program)

What is a Raptor?

Kindergarten and up

Feature: 1-2 Bird Ambassadors

Is it a dinosaur? Is it a bird? or Is it both? In this program, we will introduce young learners to the world of birds of prey, also known as raptors. They will learn the natural history and adaptations raptors are equipped with to survive.

 

30 minutes – $75.00 (On Site program) $125.00 (Off Site Program)

Predator vs. Prey

Kindergarten and up

Feature: 4-5 Animal Ambassadors

Through this program, you will learn how animals adapt to live amongst each other and the techniques they use to survive in the wild.

45 minutes – $150.00 (On Site program) $200.00 (Off Site Program)

Nature’s Recyclers 

Kindergarten and up

Feature: 1-2 Vulture Ambassadors

Did you ever wonder what was cleaning up the roadkill? Through this course, you will learn how vultures are such a crucial species in our environment. They have many different adaptions that are not only beneficial to other animals but also to humans. 

*For older age groups 5th grade and up, you will learn about vulture conservation and how you can help protect vultures in the wild.

 

30 minutes – $75.00 (On Site program) $125.00 (Off Site Program)

All About Bald Eagles

Kindergarten and up

Feature: 1 Eagle Ambassadors

 

Learners will get a private tour to explore the natural history of our nations symbol and learn how the bald eagle was taken off the endangered species list.

30 minutes – $100.00 (On Site program only) 

Fur, Feathers and Scales

Kindergarten and up

Feature: 5-6 Animal Ambassadors

 

Introduce students to the differences between mammals, reptiles, and birds. They will learn about their different adaptations and how they use them to survive in the wild.

45 minutes – $150.00 (On Site program) $200.00 (Off Site Program)

The Circle of Life

Kindergarten and up

Feature: 3-4 Animal Ambassadors

In this program, students will get a better understanding of the food chain. They will learn how all species such as plants, and animals benefit from one another. There will also be an activity where students will be able to create their own food web!

 

45 minutes – $100.00 (On Site program) $150.00 (Off Site Program)

Tell Me A Story

Pre-K – 1st grade

Feature: 1-2 Animal Ambassadors

Young learners will be read an engaging story about an animal and then get to meet the animal up and close of the same species.

20 minutes – $75.00 (On Site program) $100.00 (Off Site Program)

Birds! Birds! Birds!

Pre-K – 2nd grade

Feature: 1-2 Bird Ambassadors

Introducing young learners to the world of birds! What is a bird? Why are birds so special? Young learners will get to meet birds as well as interact with touchable items like feathers, eggs, and more.

30 minutes – $75.00 (On Site program) $100.00 (Off Site Program)

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