Midwest Region - Ohio Ecological Services Office Conserving the nature of America

Ohio Field Office staff with kids at an outdoor event.

Outreach

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.

Educational Materials

National Conservation Training Center Library
library.fws.gov

Endangered Species Program for Kids and Teachers
www.fws.gov/endangered/education

Junior Duck Stamp Program
www.fws.gov/juniorduck/

Environmental Education Council of Ohio: OICEE
www.eeco-online.org/government/directory.html

The Leave No Child Inside Central Ohio Collaborative
www.kidsandnature.org