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!



Special Announcements
YouTube Channel
We have started posting short videos on YouTube. Type EchoesOfNature, all one word, and look for the channel in the list. Then hit subscribe and receive notifications of new postings.

Upcoming Public Nature Tables
Please join us and meet some of our animal ambassadors at these events:

  • Bowie International Festival Saturday October 4: 11 am - 5 pm Allen Pond Park Bowie
Come out for a fun afternoon featuring a variety of entertainers, artists, crafters, food, and children’s activities. Of course Echoes Of Nature will be there too with a nature table and several ambassadors! For more information about the event go to the event website.


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.

Connect with Echoes of Nature!

Subscribe to the EON Newsletter at newsletter@EchoesOfNature.org
Receive updates, ambassador profiles and Kids' Corner 

Want to support local wildlife?
Learn about wildlife rehabilitation at
Second Chance Wildlife Center

Guide To Rescuing Wildlife