Wildlife Program in Amphitheater

Our standard program is about 60 minutes long and is suitable for children and adults of all ages. A typical program features four of our ambassador animals, including owls, hawks, possums, turtles, snakes, and more. A wildlife handler will present the animals, tell their stories, share tips on peaceful coexistence with wildlife, and take questions from the audience. Programs may be performed on-site in AWARE’s amphitheater or at off-site locations such as schools or festivals.

Our standard fee is $200 for a program in our on-site amphitheater or $350 for a program at your location in metro Atlanta. We also do multi-hour "festival-style" programs where two handlers share animals with passers by for $350 for the first hour and $75 for each additional hour.

Please use the Contact Us form to schedule a program or ask questions. 


You can also purchase personal encounters with ambassador animals. For the same price as a program, you or your loved one can meet ambassadors face-to-face and learn about their lives in the privacy of your own home, our Executive Director’s office, or another location of your choosing.  Be aware that our ambassadors are native wildlife and aren’t allowed to be touched; however, you will get to see them up close and hear their stories.


Wendy.3AWARE offers tours at 1:00 pm every Saturday and Sunday (weather permitting) at our facility (4158 Klondike Road, Stonecrest, GA 30038). Tours are free but donations are always welcome to assist AWARE with its mission to rehabilitate injured and orphaned wildlife and educate the public. Come on out and meet our Ambassador Animals! No reservations required.


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