My Wildlife Education program is a full hour including:
• A Live Animal Presentation
All animals are non-dangerous or in an exhibition cage or restraint, when necessary.
Original games created by me.
“Who’s That Tail?“ involves 18 animal tails on a pegboard, and you get to match the correct animal to its tail using a colored photo, and your observation skills. It’s not that easy!
With clues given by me, you get to name the animal. Think it’s simple? Guess again!
Program fee – $225 plus mileage for a standard program. Exhibitions fee vary depending on the number of hours booked. Please contact me for a quote.
My fee for a live animal program with hands-on animal specimens is ridiculously low. I understand that venues have budgets, as do I and Max Lynx alone runs me $1000 a year in meat, vitamins, meds, vet care and licenses. I cannot do a program for $100. Please don’t ask me to. If two libraries are close to each other with program times a reasonable length between, I will combine or remove the mileage as a courtesy discount. I’m the only wildlife educator in the Northeast that has a Canada Lynx as an animal ambassador. Although this venture is a hobby, I need to at least cover costs.