Our public education program involves the offering of educational programs to various groups like schools, nature centers, and more. Our group of trained student presenters give presentations on the biology and natural history of birds of prey through the use of live birds for exhibition.
We offer formal programs with our student education ambassadors describing the natural history, adaption, and conservation of raptors to an audience or informal programs where ambassadors are available to discuss and answer questions as attendees stop by. We do try to accommodate special requests including species highlights or coordination with school programs doing book reports, movie reviews, or the study of adaptation.
Programs are planned in one hour increments and at the recipient’s site request. All fees go to the care of our captive raptors. Please request a program for further information on scheduling.