Join us as we take a trip around the globe and explore the various rain forests! Learn about the people who I have met and the research projects they're working on.
As a Native American/Wisconsin Oneida Tribal member and naturalist I have traveled to different rain forest around the world to learn more about other indigenous cultures. I along with my creature teachers share the sights and sounds of the rain forest with you in the classroom! We examine and discuss the adaptations needed by different creatures, plants and peoples to survive in the rain forest.
Our programs are educational, interactive, hands-on, and group fun! They are filled with unique flora and fauna and can be tailored to enhance your groups activities or theme. Filling into a forest niche may seem to come easy for some animals but they have formed complex relationships. Find out what role humans play every day and what is being done to ensure their future survival. Our programs cover more than just the plight of the animals. Issues relating to conservation, consumer purchase, cultural impacts, geography, science, math and much more are covered!
In supporting our programs you are helping wildlife as well! We not only act as a foster home for many abandoned exotic animals but help in the rescue/transport of injured native wildlife to rehab/vet hospitals. Those animals who can not find a home become part of our educational animals known as the "Creature Teachers".
Portions of our program proceeds go to helping wildlife, rain forest conservation and humane programs. Our programs are endorsed by many organizations in Wisconsin. They include WDPI, PTA, PTO'S, WEST, WAEE, Wisconsin/Nicaragua Partners to the Americas, Wisconsin Libraries Systems, Olbrich Botanical Gardens, Central Wisconsin Humane Societies, local wildlife hospitals and zoos. Please check out our Great Groups page!