Our traveling Outreach Program aims to educate the public about avian conservation and ecology, Native American heritage pertaining to wildlife, and our facility. We have 17 education ambassadors that travel around the state of Oklahoma teaching children and adults of all ages about these topics. We have several show topics that are designed for different age groups that can be selected from our application. Depending on the venue, we offer shows that encompass free flight portions so the audience can observe these ambassadors in flight.
Outreach requests should be booked 3-6 months in advance, as available dates book up very quickly. To find out about our offsite presentations, please see Policies and Outreach Information.
As it is important for us to educate children about the importance of raptor conservation, we also offer one grant per semester (spring, summer, fall) for a K-12 school/classroom to receive an outreach presentation from the Grey Snow Eagle House for free. Applications from summer camps, conferences, public events, gatherings, etc. will not be accepted, as the purpose of the scholarship is to reach school systems that would otherwise not be able to pay for a program. Applications for the grant can be found here. For more information about this scholarship, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.