We greatly appreciate your interest in Animal Tales!

  • Our Mission:  to Educate, Entertain & Inspire
  • Our Belief:  “Tell me and I’ll forget, show me and I may remember, involve me and I’ll understand”
  • Founder is a professional Wildlife Biologist and former Curator at an AZA Accredited Zoo
  • Educational programs for nearly 1,100 Schools, Libraries & other Organizations annually
  • Over 1,300 individual live animal educational programs every year across 15 states!
  • New themed program each year featuring a variety of entirely new animals
  • Core Curriculum used in each program focusing on science, geography, world culture & conservation
  • Presenters are highly educated and experienced and will provide a safe learning experience

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    Nature’s Olympians

    Do animals compete? You bet! Our 2016 Summer Reading and 2016-2017 School Assembly Programs brings to your location Animal Athletes. Nature’s Olympians will feature exotic animals from all around the world that utilize very unique abilities to compete and survive in the wild. Be prepared to get up-close and personal learning about these very competitive […]

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    This program is available year-round. For centuries, reptiles have intrigued and horrified people often due to simple misunderstanding. We will attempt to reverse these misunderstandings by bringing live reptile ambassadors to your location. The Reptile Scales & Tails program is 45-50 minutes long and features 5-6 live animals including a large tortoise, lizards and of […]

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    Creepy Critters

    Intended as a seasonal program centered around Fall Festivals and Halloween, Creepy Critters focuses on those less cuddly and icky creatures whose importance is often taken for granted. This program features arachnids, insects and snakes to illustrate that such undesirable critters serve an extremely important purpose to the environment. Participants will be allowed to get […]

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