Welcome to Echoes Of Nature!

We provide fun nature oriented educational programs featuring live animal ambassadors to schools, day care centers, adult centers, birthday parties and community events throughout the Washington, DC metro area of Maryland.

We bring nature to you!

Just give us a call!

301-860-1306

EchoesOfNature@gmail.com


Special Announcements 2015
EON Programs At Chesapeake Arts Center

Nature Explorers: Wild Thing Series  - Saturdays (see below) from 10:15 to 11:00am

Come join Nature Explorers (ages 4-6) for a 45 minute program featuring a story or fun topic with a related live animal ambassador, activity and craft.


Critters Up Close: Owls  (July 18)
Whoooo goes there?  Meet a screech owl up close and learn more about this fascinating nocturnal creature.  What are some of his favorite foods and how does he get his food?  Separate fact from fiction about his ability to turn his head and his wise attitude. Create your own owl.


Color Me: Red  (August 15)
What items are red? What animals are red? Some animals show you red to warn, some just like to show off.  Come learn which animals sport this bright color and meet a red ambassador.  Make a related red craf
t.

Animals In Literature - Saturdays (see below) from 11:15am to 12:00pm for ages 2 - 3

Owl Big Eyes: A Seneca Story retold by Vee Browne (July 18)
Listen to a Native American animal lore story and learn why owls look the way they do. Meet a special owl to learn more about owls and what they do with the special features mentioned in the story.

Anansi's Narrow Waist: An African Folk Tale retold by Len Cabral (August 15)
How did spider get such a narrow waist? Listen to this folk tale and learn how Africa's trickster character got into trouble with his waist. Meet a tarantula ambassador to see his narrow waist and learn cool facts about spiders
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Summer Camp Weeks

July 6-10 - Animals in My Backyard: ages 6-10:  9:00am to 12:30pm

Animals in My Backyard will take a look at a variety of native animals up close with activities and live animals.  We will explore outside to learn more about the natural history and habitats of mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and invertebrates.  Class will engage in hands on activities that focus upon these amazing creatures.

July 20-24 - Riding the Dino Train: Ages 6-10:  9:00am to 12:30pm

"Ride" the dinosaur train for adventures in various time periods.  Discover different dinosaurs, reptiles and other ancient lifeforms. Learn about diets, habitats and cool facts of these prehistoric creatures and plants. Outdoor activities, games, crafts and live animals are a part of each day.

August 3-7 - Hurray for Herptiles!: Ages 6-10:  9:00am to 12:30pm

Hip,hip, hurray for reptiles and amphibians!  Be a herpetologist and join us as we travel around the world in search of these cool creatures.  What makes an animal a reptile or an amphibian?   Outdoor activities, games, crafts and live animals are a part of each day.



Help Us Bring Wildlife Education To Maryland By:
  • Adding your name to our support list for the creation of a wildlife discovery center
  • Volunteering
  • Becoming a member
please email muzzo@EchoesOfNature.org




The mission of Echoes Of Nature is to bridge the gap between people of all ages and nature. The goal is to promote understanding and stewardship of the natural world. We believe in the principle that feeling a connection to the natural world is critical to conservation. By engaging in close, sensory experiences with live animals, the audiences’ connections are strengthened.

Please help support Echoes Of Nature with a tax deductible donation through PayPal. All funds go towards supporting the animal ambassadors and educational programs.


Federal employees can support us through

CFC # 19998

Our latest program lineup can be found from the links on the left.

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