Endangered Species Project

Teaching Artist: FIRE DOG

In this live music presentation, audiences will learn about animals like Missouri’s own Hellbender Salamander, the ever-elusive Magic Rabbit, and the beloved sea cow – Manatee. You will also hear the tragic story of the Passenger Pigeon whose plight inspired the radical legislation of the Endangered Species Act. This fun and engaging musical program gently plants the seeds of conservation, inspiring young minds to better care for our living world, because “your habitat is where you live.”

Audience: Grades K-12
Format: Performance
Teaching Artist/Partner: FIRE DOG

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