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Nature's Educators Overview
To teach anyone and everyone about the importance of birds of prey. Nature's Educators strive to get audiences excited to learn about wildlife.
Nature's Educators has grown from 1 person and 2 birds in 2008 to currently having 26 people, 9 birds, 6 snakes and some insects. We've done 168 programs and reached 31,000 people in Colorado just in 2012. We are working towards a facility that will be open to the public so people can come and see our amazing ambassadors.
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I have been with Nature's Educators for 2 years and have greatly enjoyed the time here. In the past, I have volunteered with other raptor organizations and I find Nature's Educators to be the most exciting, drama free, and dynamic environment to date. The board is great and we always try to ...
I work in wildlife rehab, I deal with sick and injured raptors on the daily basis, it is my job to try and help them survive, recover, and be released. That doesn't always happen, and often enough I am left with birds that survive but cannot be released. My job then becomes a search to find a home ...
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Our youth are our future, we must teach them as much about our world as possible. Natures Educators teaches why we must protect our environment and its wildlife.
I have seen kids hang onto every word Devin said during a presentation, She knows just when and how to ask thought provoking ...
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