Wildlife Outreach

Mission

 

Population sizes of wildlife decreased by 60% globally, between 1970 and 2014. Education is crucial, to promote preservation of our native species, before we lose them forever.

For All Species Education is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, staffed 100% by volunteers and funded by generous individuals and companies who believe in our mission.
Together with our wild animal ambassadors, we travel to community centers, libraries, festivals, schools, and special interest groups. We teach fun facts about native Ohio species and answer tons of questions, to help foster a greater appreciation for wildlife, encourage conservation, and to improve wild animal/pet/human interactions.

 

For All Species Education believes strongly that it is crucial that all Central Ohio residents have access to wildlife education, regardless of their financial means.  We therefore offer many ways to support our programs and bring us to your group or event.

Program Types

 

Fun-formational Talks – Loaded with fun facts and fascinating information about Ohio native species and wildlife rehabilitation , we have talks suitable for ages 4 to 104!

 

Scout Programs – Girl and Boy Scout badge programs and troop talks are available.  We also educate at Girl Scout camps in Central Ohio.

 

Project Wild – Classroom learning activities are specially created as part of this internationally known program to fit state education standards and offer interactive experiences.

 

Educational Tables – great for festivals, family nights and open houses!

 Art Projects – These can be an extension of one of our other program types or its own event.

 

All types include meeting with some of our very special wild animal ambassadors.