Kindergarten Safaris

“Our students thoroughly enjoyed their day!” – (Southfields Village School, Caledon)

Our tailored Ocean or Forest shows offer kindergarten students a visual presentation combined with an incredible hands-on experience! Children will have an opportunity to squeeze a sea sponge, hug a sea turtle, hold a mermaids purse, stretch out a snake skin, smell a cacao pod, touch a jaguar skull – and so much more!
6 metres of hands-on artifacts!

Oceans Alive!

#1 Booked Show

“Your Oceans Alive presentation was amazing! You have a way with the children and they will be talking about you for months to come!”
– Rolph Road School, Toronto

Oceans cover two thirds of our planet. This extraordinary ecosystem is an oasis for discovery! Grab your snorkel gear and sense of adventure as we delve into the world of uncountable and unimaginable species!

Behold the largest creature that ever lived! Cringe at the most bizarre! Enter the mouth of a fish! Feel the skin of a shark! Cradle a mermaid’s purse! Touch a blowfish!

From the seashore to the darkest depths, students will be mesmerized as we unravel amazing facts, myths and tales of dolphins, turtles, crustaceans, sharks coral reefs and more!From the seashore to the darkest depths, students will be mesmerized as we unravel amazing facts, myths and tales of dolphins, turtles, crustaceans, sharks coral reefs and more!

Grades K to 8 (Adapted)
Curriculum Connections: Environmental Studies, Geography and Science

Journey Through The Amazon Rainforest

“The students who took in your travel experience through the Amazon loved it! Thank you so much for the enthusiastic presentations that you made.”
– Geography Head, Silverthorn C.I.

The Amazon is the largest tropical rainforest on Earth! This exotic land is brimming with insects, jaguars, monkeys, snakes, birds and more!

Retrace Loretta and Michael’s adventurous two month journey as they paddle and trek through tangled jungles with the indigenous Tukano peoples of Brazil.

Discover wildlife species at all levels of the forest. Uncover methods of survival. Examine the environmental concerns facing vanishing cultures today!

The most adventurous research trip of our lives!

Grades K-12 (Adapted)
Curriculum Connections: Science, Environmental Studies, Travel & Tourism, Geography, Social Studies and World Issues


Water Is Life

“Absolutely captivating!” – (Lincoln Alexander S.S., Miss.)

Water is sacred. It sustains our planet. It nourishes our bodies. It supports all life. As such, it is the one resource that we need to protect passionately.

This presentation will take students on a journey to learn about the “oneness” of water – as it relates to indigenous and cultural teachings, environment, history, religion and health. Students will leave this presentation with a renewed determination to protect and conserve water, for all mankind.

Grades 3 to 12 (Adapted)
Curriculum Connections: Science, Geography, History, Social Studies, Character Ed, Catholic Virtues

The Buzz On Bees (and other species!)

“The students really enjoyed the presentation and took away a wealth of information.” – (Eco Conference Elementary/Secondary Dufferin-Peel CDSB)

This presentation will sound the alarm about the decline of bee populations and other species around the world.

From Canada and beyond, students will learn about endangered, threatened and vulnerable species and the consequences of climate change, pesticide use, poaching and habitat loss.

Grades K-12
Curriculum Connections: Science, Geography, Social Studies, Character Ed, Catholic Virtues

Forests Alive!

“I loved your show! The part about the monkey was hilarious! I wish I could see it again.
– Prince of Wales School, St. Catharines

From Canada to Indonesia – Bullet ants to marmosets – Banana slugs to corpse flowers – Aye-ayes to stinkbirds.

Join us on an exciting adventure, as we explore the weirdest – the rarest – and most wonderful species of temperate, mangrove and tropical forest ecosystems.

Meet a moth without a mouth! A frog that looks like a cowboy! A plant that smells like a dead rat! Discover the interdependence and complex symbiotic relationships.

From the beautiful to the bizarre! Students will never look at nature or rainforest ecology in quite the same way again!

Grades K to 8 (Adapted)
Curriculum Connections: Science, Environmental Studies, Travel and Tourism, World Issues

Swamps Alive!

“I heard very positive things from staff and students!” – (Fred A. Hamilton School, Guelph)

Grab hold of your waders! Sit tight in your airboat! Glide along in your canoe!
Get ready for the ultimate virtual swamp safari! Learn about unique wetland ecosystems, incredible wildlife and cultural history!
Come face to face with alligators, bobcats, bears, beavers and more! Discover the importance of fresh water! Find out what’s lurking beneath the duckweed!
It doesn’t get any better than this!

Grades K-8
Curriculum Connections: Science, Environmental Studies, Geography, Social Studies



“Your presentation was shocking, interesting and funny all in one! I loved it!”
SATEC/W.A. Porter C.I., Toronto

A canary turns silent in the mine. A frog disappears in the jungle. A river runs dry. Nature has long delivered messages about changes int he environment.

Nowadays, however, climate change, combined with accelerating plant and animal extinctions are alerting us to re-think how we treat Planet Earth.

This highly informative, fascinating and topical presentation will address human impact on indigenous peoples, the environment, extreme weather, invasive species and current crisis worldwide.

Natural remedies and practical solutions will be promoted for prompt action and stewardship of our planet!

Grades 4-12 (Adapted)
Curriculum Connections: Science, Environmental Studies, Geography, Social Studies,Ecology and History

World Issues: Vanishing Cultures

“This was another fantastic and captivating presentation. The students seemed to hang on to every word.” (Glenview Park S.S., Cambridge)

Indigenous peoples of the world share common values, knowledge, struggles, spiritual traditions and a rich and vibrant history. Whether in the rainforests of South America, the outback of Australia, or the reserves of North America, they are united in preserving their land, environment, culture and vision for the future of all mankind.

Join us on a journey that begins 40,000 generations ago. Through powerful visuals and stories, we will examine the connections of our first peoples and how their survival will benefit all mankind.

This show promises to elevate one’s consciousness of the bond between humans and nature and the importance of ancient wisdom.

Grade 4-12 (Adapted accordingly)
Curriculum Connections: Social Justice, Cultural, World Issues, Environmental Studies

Human Rights: A Call To Action


“A spectacular and inspiring presentation.” – (Erin Public School, Erin)

Social justice and human rights are intricately entwined. Both address violations of the rights of the poor, vulnerable and marginalized. This presentation will take students on a journey through The Americas (North, South, Central). They will be introduced to indigenous peoples, explore sustainability, water issues, native land rights, economic inequalities and the consequence of exploitation. Students will be encouraged to act upon the lessons learned, promoting respect and compassion of the world around them.

Note: Permission to speak of Mi’kmaq (First Nations) granted by Mi’kmaq Elder, Daniel N. Paul, C.M., O.N.S. Author of “We Were Not The Savages”.

Grades 5 to 12
Curriculum Connections: History, Science, World Issues, Geography, Character Ed, Catholic Virtues

Native Lands / Sacred Places

Audiences will be taken around the world to visit sacred places of our diverse indigenous peoples.
They will learn about world views and values; protection of biodiversity and great ancestors.
They will leave this presentation with a greater understanding of how Indigenous efforts strength cultural diversity.

Grades 4-12
Curriculum Connections: Environmental Studies, Geography, Science, History, Social Studies.


Back To Nature

In 2020, when the global pandemic exploded worldwide, and we were forced into lockdowns, animals changed their behaviour to adapt to a lack of human presence. Scientists termed this event an “Anthro-pause”. Additionally, with businesses and stores closed, humans began to explore the natural world around them.

This presentation will encourage students to get outside and appreciate the benefits of nature. They will learn about amazing species and spaces in Ontario. They will be introduced to incredible natural attractions that they can visit. Most importantly, they will understand their role in restoring our Earth, for future generations.

“The frog does not drink up the pond in
which he lives.”
– American Native Saying

Did You Know?

There are approximately 400 mammalian species in The Amazon.



Did You Know?

There are approximately 1,000 tributaries flowing from the main Amazon River. Seventeen of these tributaries of over 1,500 kilometres long.



Did You Know?

Most creatures of the Amazon spend their entire lives in the canopy and are rarely seen on the ground below.


Did You Know?

To be categorized a “tropical rainforest”, two characteristics must occur: (1) A minimum of four inches of precipitation every month, (2) A mean annual monthly temperature exceeding 75 degrees F with no frost ever occurring

Did You Know?

Tropical deforestation is the most dangerous threat the world has ever faced. The consequences: flooding, erosion, deserts, silting of streams and reservoirs and climate changes worldwide.



Did You Know?

Every minute that goes by 60 acres of rainforest are destroyed.



Did You Know?

The biggest source of protein in the Amazon is fish.
Over 2,000 species inhabit
the rivers.


Did You Know?

In the American tropics, a major agricultural pest consists of leaf-cutting ants. These ants make their living by stripping leaves from plants, including crop plants.

Did You Know?

There are some areas of the rainforest that receive rain for 200 days of the year.