Cheating at a public contest open to many charities by voting and creating multiple email addresses in order to win money. They got kicked out for cheating, speaks for itself. I will no longer be supporting them.
Nature’s Educators is an amazing organization which dedicated itself to the education of the public about animals and conservation. Bringing a variety of animals all over the state for programs all while providing awesome homes and care for non releasable raptors.
I took my parents to an educational event at the Royal Gorge Bridge. Nature’s Educators told the story of 5 different raptors and the importance of their role in nature. Fascinating!
This group is amazing with all their animals and staff. So much to learn from these wonderful folks and all the hard work they put in to make sure the birds they care for are healthy and happy.
Nature's Educators have given me the more I can express. Being able to share these amazing raptors with the public. To share how important they are, how everything is connected.
I have followed Natures Educatiors for about 3 years now. I have been to events and programs featuring different ones of their birds and other varmits. They are truly an amazing group. Their facilities are incredible and well appointed for the residents. The volunteers are so committed and concerned about the well being and care of the residents and obviously have a great understanding and love for these different species. I try to help out by donation whenever I can and only wish I could do more! They truly deserve all the accolades that come their way!
Awesome organization! All of the volunteers are engaged and knowledgeable. If you ever get a chance to attend one of their programs you will glad you did.
As a young child I fell in love with raptors. I wasn’t more than 8 or 9 years old when I began to notice these creatures in the wild. So graceful, so perfect, so beautiful. I wanted one for my own.
After sharing my desire with a teacher, she showed me a book called “My Side of the Mountain”, by Jean Craighead George. In this book the main character escapes a horrible home life to live in nature. There he befriends a peregrine falcon that helps him survive. This book was the trigger that introduced me to nature and made me think about what nature truly is and what my relationship could and should be with it.
The programs provided by Nature’s Educators are often a young child’s first introduction to the natural world. As a volunteer there I see it their faces time and again. We want people of all ages to understand the importance of respecting and protecting wild animals and wild places everywhere. If we educate the public by bringing wild animals to them, we can help them understand and foster compassion for the wildlife they encounter.
Nature’s Educators helps me to share the insight and the love of our natural world that I received many, many years ago.
I had a great time interning here, the staff are friendly and knowledgeable, the facility is clean, they provide wonderful animal programs and opportunities.
I have been a volunteer with this organization for 3 years now, and I absolutely love it! The animals are of course amazing. They are cared for very well, and the amount of training and love that the animals receive is unparalleled. The director Devin has created an organization full of passionate people who are eager to learn and share that knowledge with others. I love seeing the impact that the organization makes as well!
I have been volunteering with this organization for a year and they are just amazing. The director has so much passion and love for the animals and it really carries through the organization. The volunteers all take the company's mission to heart.
Fantastic outreach 501C3 with dedicated staff who are passionate about animal conservation, reaching people from all walks of life to help spread awareness and to help build a more personal connection with wildlife through their live animal programs, and who provide great care and quality of life for their educational ambassador animals.
Nature's Educators is one of the best educational programs I have seen. The volunteers are very knowledgeable and friendly. I always let friends and family know where Nature's is hosting events so they can experience is wonderful group.
Natures Educators is the best at education, and they are super nice and fun organization! 5 starts for being super fun at events, and as well teaching the importance of wildlife!
Wow!! I consistently work with this organization to provide educational programming at my library branch. They are knowledgeable, courteous, energetic, and witty. My library customers always look forward to a program with Nature's Educators!
They have a superlative way of encouraging conservation by bringing animals and education together to inspire and excite the public.
Natures Educators has been one of the most amazing experiences. As volunteers not only do we get to work closesly with incredible animals, but we get to learn so much about them at the same time. Everyone who works here is so kind and passionate about what they do and it really make the whole thing such a great experience. I hope to continue to volunteer with Natures Educators for as long as I possibly can!
I visited Natures Ed one evening and was overwhelmed at the cleanliness of the facilities, and the quality of care they provided for their animals. The mews for their birds were in great condition, and it was clear that the same level of care was provided for their reptiles as well. All of the volunteers were incredibly kind, and very skilled at their work. This is a great non-profit with great intentions towards building sanctuaries for animals and educating the public on them.
I'm a volunteer with Nature's Educators and I'm continually impressed with this organization. First and foremost, they are dedicated to taking top-notch care of their animals. Second, they provide exceptionally creative educational programs that bring the public face-to-face with wildlife in a meaningful way. I've attached a few pictures of our ambassadors from the 2017 Colorado Renaissance Festival.
Passionate and intelligent people... No one was just "going through the motions", they truly engaged people around them.