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We Bring Nature To You

Want to make a difference? Consider volunteering

We are currently interviewing for Part-Time Instructor/Animal Care

-Description and instructions can be found here

White's Tree Frogs
American Toad
Common Snapping Turtle
Opossum Touch
Nature Table
Eastern Box Turtle
Eastern Screech Owl
Crested Gecko

We provide engaging nature oriented educational programs featuring live animal ambassadors to schools, day care centers, adult centers, birthday parties, and community events throughout most of Maryland and Northern Virginia.

Watch Our Intro Video

The school age programs are aligned with the Maryland state curriculum so they complement the material covered by the classes for which they are designed. These program themes cover a wide range of environmental literacy topics and STEM principles.

Our animal ambassadors come from around the world, with a concentration on those species native to Maryland. Most of these individuals have been adopted from rescues and shelters. 

Our mission is to show people of all ages the wonders of wildlife. If you would like your group to come face to face with a red-tail hawk, opossum, red footed tortoise, or any of our 60+ ambassadors, just give us a call or send an email.

Our Red-tail Hawk After An Enjoyable Rain Shower


The Future Of EON

The next step for Echoes Of Nature is the establishment of a Wildlife Discovery Center (WDC). This center will increase our outreach into the community and allow the public to visit us.


Found Injured Wildlife?

EON is a wildlife education organization and by state law cannot rehabilitate animals. Checkout our colleagues, like SCWC, from our Rescues/Shelters page.

Animal Rescue and Care

Support The Mission

There are many ways you can help out:

  • Volunteer

  • Donate

  • Join WDC Project

E.C.H.O.E.S. Of Nature Core Principles

Echoes Of Nature was established on the guiding principles summarized by the acronym E.C.H.O.E.S. Hover over each picture to see what each letter means. Our mission is to make the world a better place for all living things (humans as well as wildlife), and the environment on which we all depend.

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