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Wild Animals Loose in the Library

Jul 10, 2020 | Animal Ambassadors, Community Programs, Nature Center

Suffolk County libraries are finding that CEED’s virtual programs can be a wild and wonderful way to keep patrons connected. We’ve created a brief video to show some highlights of our programs and invite you to think about how CEED’s virtual programs can work with your library.

Northport East-Northport Library and Emma Clark Library have recently chosen to offer their patrons multi-session CEED programs and join a growing list of libraries for whom we’ve done both in-person and virtual programs. Check with your library colleagues for reviews!

To find out more about CEED’s programs for libraries and other organizations, click here, or email info@ceedli.org, or call us 631.803.6780.

Jamie Papandrea, Library Director at the Brookhaven Free Library, says “We’re working to develop our own virtual/online skills, but there are some things we can’t replicate.  We don’t have a tortoise or a dove, or the animals Ranger Eric has, so it’s good to be able to still offer that experience.  We’ve been doing programs with Eric and CEED for some time and we look forward to continuing to work with CEED, whether virtually, and hopefully eventually in person.”
Choose from seven unique and engaging presentations:
LIVE Animal Show: Wildlife Diversity – exotic bugs, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals! Bobwhite Quail vs Ticks Study – hatching quail eggs and releasing the birds into the wild! Traveling Rainforest Museum – live animals, videos and remarkable stories from our very own world-traveling Biologist, Ranger Eric! What Makes A Mammal A Mammal? – locomotion, body structure, biology, and more, with special appearances from live mammals! The World of Birds – live birds, close-up views, videos, and photos from around the world. Building Food Webs at the Pond – explore a bucket of actual pond water to see what critters we can catch, live on camera! Conservation Projects & Citizen Science – fun science and nature discovery from the convenience of your backyard or local nature area.
Anyone can volunteer. Even you!