New England Reptile & Raptor Exhibits
Welcome to England Reptile & Raptor Exhibits. We present educational wildlife programs in a variety of formats that follow the frameworks of school curriculum including the MCAS.
Our purpose to dispel myths and give scientific facts on wildlife.
To explain why laws and regulations protect wildlife and wildlife habitats from human pressure and our activities, including crimminal acts such as poaching, habitat destruction, species exploitation and how wildlife managemant protects and preserves wildlife and wild life habitats.
We use live reptiles and birds of prey for illustrative purposes to focus on
their biology, physiology, and function in the ecosystem.
Our director Marla Isaac, naturalist, artist, falconer and professional reptile handler has more than 30 years experience with large constrictors, crocodilians, turtles, tortoises, lizards, amphibians and venomous snakes of the genus crotalus the rattlesnakes.
She is a well known lecturer in Southeastern Massachusetts and has expanded her interest into the art of falconry the ancient sport of hunting wild game with a raptor, raptor rehabilitation specializing in osprey rehab and great horn owls and research for raptor conservation.
As a naturalist and falconer she strives to bring an understanding of biodiversity to people by allowing people to meet some interesting and fascinating animals trusted in her care by wildlife agencies state and federal as ambassordors of the wild that thur her tell their story and why we must preserve, protect and appreciate the wonders of nature and life itself wheather we us it as a renewable resource or not.
Hire us we bring wild things to you!
Schools, colleges, universities, environmental groups, scouts, religious groups, camps, corporate events, park & recreation, zoological parks, clubs, native american events, nursing homes, animal organizations, festivals, fairs, family events, halloween events, sportsman events, cable and radio talk shows.
See you at the Show!
Marla and her falconry bird Mack, one of two Great horn owls
(Bubo virginianus) that she flies each falconry season to wild game.
where's that rabbit?