Westfield Community Players Present "Eyes of the Wild "Where animals, education and fun collide!"

Arts and Entertainment

February 18, 2014

From: Westfield Community Players

Adults and children of all ages meet live animals up close and personal in this interesting, educational and entertaining program. It explores the habitats, survival techniques, communication skills and behaviors of some of the many animals you may recognize and others you may never have seen before. Wallaby Tales Travelling Zoo, hosted by Travis W. Gale, has brought its unique presentations to hundreds of venues throughout the northeastern states.

Founder, Travis W. Gale has a BS in Biology/Education and has worked as an Environmental educator for Monmouth Co. Parks and as an instructor/program developer for Mad Science for two years.  His love for animals led to him working as a field biologist, radio tracking New Jersey Timber Rattlesnakes. Travis joined Snakes-N-Scales in 2000 as a part time instructor while working for Mad Science. His ease in handling animals combined with a quick wit and sense of humor guarantees an enjoyable learning experience for kids of all ages.  In 2005, Travis created Wallaby Tales, a sister company to Snakes-N-Scales, which deals exclusively in mammal education. In 2006 Travis bought the Eyes of the Wild Center in Washington, New Jersey.

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Come experience and take part in this special presentation on Sunday, March 15, 2014, 2pm at Westfield Community Players, 1000 North Ave, Westfield, NJ. Tickets are $10. To make reservations call 908-232-1221 or on-line at  http://www.westfieldcommunityplayers.org/WCPticketeyeswild.html

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