Educational Presentations

June 9, 2017 @ 12:00 pm

World Bird Sanctuary
Raptor Awareness: This program gives you the opportunity not only to see multiple species of birds of prey, but the experience of them flying just inches over your head. Learn facts about why these birds are so special and what you can do to help ensure their survival. Ask about adding a Bald Eagle to your program! 45-60 minutes


Fox Tales International – Brian Fox Ellis
John James Audubon: Spendtime in the studio of one of America’s greatest naturalists and wildlife artist. Listen to tales of his adventures as he finishes something no one had every accomplished before: drawing every bird in North America. Audubon will enchant you with stories of his travels and travails in the wildest places on the planet. He will celebrate the natural history of the North America as he saw it in the early 1800s.
Merewether Lewis’ Scientific Discoveries: Imagine an evening in Philadelphia with some of the greatest scientific minds in Early American history where Merewether Lewis reveals for the first time many of the scientific discoveries of the Corps of Discovery. Encountering grizzly bears and collecting soil samples, capturing prairie dogs and hunting for antelope, Lewis catalogued 122 new animal species and 178 new plants. In this original performance Lewis sings the praises of the geology, diverse flora and fauna, and the web of life that binds us to the land. The expedition was first and foremost a scientific expedition and this program brings the scientific process to life.


Babaloo: Is a wild and wacky musical comedy act for kids. His high-energy interactive show keeps kids laughing with fun songs and props, while touching upon messages of character education.


Natural History Education Company of the Midsouth
Provides a very fast paced and entertaining but very educational program that is enjoyed by both child and adult alike.