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Nature's Educators

Rating: 4.97 stars   31 reviews 1,043

Nonprofit Issues:

Address:

Aurora CO 80012 USA

Mission:

To teach anyone and everyone about the importance of birds of prey. Nature's Educators strive to get audiences excited to learn about wildlife.

Results:

Nature's Educators has grown from 1 person and 2 birds in 2008 to currently having 40+ people, 23 birds, 21 snakes and some other ambassadors. We do hundreds of programs and events each year and reach thousands of people. We are working towards a facility that will be open to the public so people can come and see our amazing ambassadors.

Target demographics:

wildlife

Programs:

school programs, events, birthday parties, festivals, country clubs, and more. We teach about wildlife from all over the world and their amazing adaptations for survival! We teach how we are impacting animals and what we can do to help.

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Reviews for Nature's Educators

Rating: 5 stars  

Great organization to work with! I've been a volunteer for several years now and it has been great to see this organization grow and touch so many lives.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Nature's Educators is a wonderful organization! It's full of so many knowledgeable and passionate people. I have been volunteering with Nature's Educators for almost a year now and I have learned so much and have had so many great experiences. I learn something new every time I volunteer. Nature's Educators caters to audiences large and small and have wonderful educational programs that do indeed get audiences excited to learn about raptors and wildlife. There's no program too small, too large, or too far away for this organization. They do everything from birthday parties to large auditorium talks, and go all over the state to try to reach as many audiences as possible! They provide excellent care for all of the animal ambassadors and provide top notch educational training to the volunteers for every animal. This organization rocks!!

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Rating: 5 stars  

Nature's Educators is just what the name implies and this nonprofit does a wonderful job of that! The animal ambassadors are great at teaching groups of all ages about the importance of protecting our wildlife. The birds and other animals in the care of Nature's Ed are treated with such special care. Each has its own health plan as well as specially designed inclosure to keep them safe and in the best health. The Director stays current on all aspects of proper care, guidelines, regulations and policies relating to the animals as well as the nonprofit regulations. This nonprofit is truly a professional group of people. Nature's Educators will continue to grow as people continue to support their important mission. Call and book a program today!

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Rating: 5 stars  

We love Nature's Educators and work with them multiple times each year. They are always professional, reliable, well-versed in their subject matter, take care of their animals, personable with kids, and altogether fascinating!

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Rating: 5 stars  

I have worked with Nature's Educators multiple times in the past, and will continue doing so in the future. The volunteers they have are excellent people with truly amazing information and an even better mission.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Nature's Educators has a wonderful outreach program! They come to our school every summer and give a presentation to our students (ages 2 - 7 years). They are always professional and prepared, and give captivating presentations with live creatures. They take the time to engage with each child and are always happy to answer every single question they can think of.

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Rating: 5 stars  

I started volunteering with Nature's Educators last fall and have loved every hour. Every time I attend an event with our raptor ambassadors or spend time cleaning their homes or feeding them I learn something new. Our director has a wealth of knowledge about wildlife that she shares willingly. Every question I ask is answered with new information for me. Other volunteers share their knowledge as well. Most important to me is that the well being of all our ambassadors is primary. They are loved and respected at all times. Nature's Educators is a magical organization.

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Rating: 5 stars  

Nature's Educators is an outstanding organization that loves birds of prey! It is a top notch assembly of a passionate leadership and keen volunteers that share a love for educational outreach. The standards in which volunteers are held are high and encourage continued learning. This knowledge, in turn, is relayed to the public. The programs are well suited to various age brackets and presented in an enthusiastic manner. I am proud to volunteer with Nature's Educators and endorse the organization 100%!

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2014

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Rating: 5 stars  

I am a classroom teacher and I love having Nature's Educators teach my first grade students not only about raptors, but also about respect for life and nature, and how important it is to treat animals in the wild as such. Each presentation given has been better than the last! She involves the students throughout her time with them with hands on activities and they talk about it for the remainder of the school year! Thank you Devin and Nature's Educators!

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Rating: 5 stars  

I have held a lifelong fascination for raptors and love being able to share the knowledge of these amazing animals with others. Nature's Educators is a welcoming, team-based organization which makes each volunteer feel valued and which makes every effort to reach the public with a positive face.

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