The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Ohio Field Office has an outreach or education program for every need! Based on availability, we are willing to present programs on natural resource-related topics for most groups or organizations. We often work with schools (pre-school through university), government agencies, non-profit organizations, park districts, and professional organizations. We speak on a variety of topics, including threatened and endangered species, habitat, streams and wetlands, invasive species, and Ohio wildlife. Generally our presentations can include videos, slide presentations, hands-on activities, games, hand-outs, and "touchable" wildlife artifacts.
If you are interested in having the Service present at one of your events, please contact Biologist Megan Seymour, 614-416-8993 ext. 16, Megan_Seymour@fws.gov.
Links to Educational Materials
National Conservation Training Center Library
Endangered Species Program Kids Corner
Midwest Region: Kids and Nature
Let's Go Outside!
Junior Duck Stamp Program
Environmental Education Council of Ohio: OICEE
The Leave No Child Inside Central Ohio Collaborative
February 20, 2012