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Movin' In The Media - October 2014
"Bringing Science to Life!"
“In the end we will conserve only what we love. We will love only what we understand. We will understand only what we are taught.”
- Baba Dioum
Wildlife On The Tube.......Television Appearances
Over the last 26 years, Eric "Mr. B" Brittingham has been a classroom teacher with Mansfield ISD, served as River Legacy Living Science Center Liaison with the Arlington ISD, Safari Guide with Animal Edutainment, Inc., educator and supervisor at the Dallas Zoo's Lacerte Family Children's Zoo, outdoor education volunteer for Audubon programming at Cedar Ridge Preserve, and Volunteer Ambassador at the Fort Worth Zoo. He has a bachelor's degree in Life and Earth Science from Stephen F. Austin State University.
We are a group of experienced, fully-insured animal presenters, dedicated to helping people of all ages become more knowledgeable about their natural world. We especially delight in helping kids develop a true appreciation for nature and fostering a stewardship for the earth's wildlife.
Our critters are animal ambassadors for their wild cousins that inhabit countries and continents from all over the world, thus allowing us the opportunity to explore culture, geography, and a variety of ecosystems.
For over a decade, the folks at Wildlife on the Move have given hundreds of programs, involving dozens of different animals to a wide variety of audiences.
Now you can BRING SCIENCE to LIFE through fun and educational live animal presentations provided by the Wildlife on the Move staff!
Over the last 36 years, K.C. Rudy has been a classroom science teacher, Education Director for the Living Science Center in Arlington, Education Coordinator at the Lacerte Family Children's Zoo, and Regional Director of Education for the Audubon Society. He has master's degrees in both biology and math from Stephen F. Austin State University and is a past-president of the North Texas Herpetological Society. More importantly, according to his mother, he has been a lover of creepy critters since he was two.