Birds of Prey Soirée 2015
Our 3rd annual semi-formal fundraising event is happening on October 10thBuy Your Tickets Now! »
A Tasting of Talons and Art
Join us August 22nd for a FREE night of wine tasting, art, and raptors!Learn More »
Riders for Raptors
A motorcycle ride and poker run through Colorado to benefit Nature's EducatorsBuy Your Tickets Now! »
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Wildlife Education At Its Best
Our mission is to teach anyone and everyone about the importance of birds of prey. We strive to get audiences excited to learn about wildlife.
What We Are About
Nature's Educators is a non-profit 501c3 educational wildlife organization based in Aurora, Colorado. We are licensed by City of Aurora, CO Parks and Wildlife, and US Fish and Wildlife to care for non releasable birds of prey and reptiles. These animal ambassadors are housed and cared for by the organization. They help us give presentations and get audiences connected to wildlife in an interactive way. It is our goal to help people understand the importance of conservation and preservation through our programs.
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Raptors, Reptiles, Arachnids, OH MY!
Schedule our "Getting Wild" program, or customize your own program that uses any or all of our different ambassadors.
Why People Love Our Programs
And why you will too. Our programs are...
Audiences need to be engaged in order to learn to their fullest potential. Our interactive programs achieve this by encouraging participation in hands-on activities and critical thinking throughout our formal talks and booth shows.
With our breadth of animals and our expertise in wildlife education, we can tailor any program to fit your needs. No matter the venue, audience, or subject matter, we work with you to make the best experience possible each and every time.
Wildlife is an ever-changing field of study. We constantly have our finger on the pulse of new discoveries to inject into our educational programs so that audiences can be as informed as we are.
Getting audiences excited to learn about wildlife is part of our mission statement. Our programs are high energy and really fun. Our enthusiasm for wildlife transfers to our audiences effortlessly which always keeps things exciting.