Providing a home for permanently injured wild animals which are incorporated into environmental education programs

Ohio Nature Education is a private non-profit volunteer organization which provides a home for over sixty wild animals that can no longer live in the wild. We incorporate these animals into environmental education programs for people of all ages. Our customers include schools, Scout troops, garden clubs, senior centers, metro parks, and community centers. Our programs feature many visuals such as study skins and pelts and interaction with our audience. We utilize different formats and can custom design for groups of virtually any size and age range.

 

NEED HELP WITH AN INJURED, SICK, OR ORPHANED ANIMAL?

If you've found an injured, sick, or orphaned animal, please refer to the Ohio Wildlife Rehabilitators Association's web site to find a local wildlife rehabilitator that can properly care for the animal. While your intentions to help the animal yourself are good, you may wind up doing more harm than good. Leave the rescue of wildlife to the experts.

Did somebody say photo workshop?

Back by popular demand!  Our next photo workshop is on Sunday, May 15 at our facility in Johnstown.  Whether you're an aspiring amateur or professional photographer, this is a great chance to get up close to our wildlife and capture your own special pictures of our education animals.  All proceeds benefit Ohio Nature Education.  Click here for more details about the event, or grab the registration form here!

 

 

 

CONTACT US

4782 Riley Rd
Johnstown, OH  43031
(740) 967-8320
info@ohionature.org

 

HELP SUPPORT Us

Make a tax-deductible donation via PayPal

Make a tax-deductible donation via PayPal

Featured Corporate Sponsors

Ohio Nature Education could not survive without the gracious help of various corporate sponsors. We would like to extend an extra special thank you to The Energy Cooperative and their Round Up Foundation who has sponsored numerous projects over the years, including the most recent web site redesign.