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Goal: $100,000
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Our Official Partners

Partners are organizations that we continuously work with for educational programs, fundraising, and growth.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife

The mission of Colorado Parks and Wildlife is to perpetuate the wildlife resources of the state, to provide a quality state parks system, and to provide enjoyable and sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities that educate and inspire current and future generations to serve as active stewards of Colorado's natural resources.

Bluff Lake Nature Center

Bluff Lake Nature Center is a nonprofit agency that owns and manages a unique urban wildlife refuge and outdoor classroom in Denver. The refuge is home to an abundance of animals and native plants, which thrive in a variety of habitats.

Aerie Nature Series - Perry Conway

In his long and highly successful career as animal advocate, Perry has presented programs to over 2 million people on the value of wildlife and wild places. His multi-media programs last about an hour and are ideal as a source of curriculum enrichment for students and teachers as well. Perry was the first in Colorado to bring live raptors into classrooms in the 1970s! He created the ability to keep non-releasable raptors in our state for educational presentations.

CU South Denver

Since 1876, the University of Colorado has educated state citizens and developed state leaders. With the launch of CU South Denver in fall 2014, we continue our commitment to quality undergraduate, graduate and professional programs, K-12 education outreach and community services aligned with Colorado's evolving demographics and workforce needs.

Metro Denver Parrot Rescue

MDPR’s mission is to provide care for companion birds surrendered to shelters in the Denver/Front Range region and find them loving, permanent homes.

Wildlife Protection Solutions

Wildlife Protection Solutions is dedicated to the preservation of large mammal species. Rhinos came to their attention as a species for special emphasis when the sharp upturn in poaching began in 2008. they believe that this trend in poaching calls for a new approach to Rhino conservation, involving direct actions to protect the Rhino and preserve its habitat.

High Plains Falconers

The High Plains Falconers are dedicated to preserving and practicing the art of Falconry. Our purpose is to foster and protect the tenets, practices and cultural heritage of traditional falconry, and to freely pass on the field craft, hawkmanship and etiquette pertaining to game hawking in its traditional form.

Our Friends

Nature's Educators could not operate without a strong network of friends and supporters. Here are just a few of the organizations that support us year after year.