Nature Programs for Libraries – 2020/2021

Librarians, we are excited to offer you Wildlife Programs To Go as a safe way to bring science and nature programming to your audiences this Fall. Our Head Naturalist and Educator, Eric Duran, has prepared themed, video wildlife presentations with live animals and specimens perfect for your visitors. And we can schedule follow-up Zoom Q & A sessions for on-site audiences for an interactive and fun educational experience.

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Booking SOON for programs starting in October!

Wildlife Programs To Go

A themed video presentation (approximately 45 min) with specimens and live animals with optional add-ons including live Zoom Q & A with a naturalist or themed classroom or at home activities. These programs are meant to be viewed by groups and individual students whether they be in a classroom or library setting or learning at home. Topics include: Scales & Tails (Reptiles), Creepy Crawlies (Insects and other Invertebrates), Warm & Fuzzy (Mammals), Back to the Bone (Vertebrates), Aquatic Animals, and Feathered Friends (Birds).

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