Special Pricing Offer on Video Safaris for Libraries

Wild Wonders has produced videos of some of our more popular Education programs.  Each video is between 20 and 25 minutes in length and features 6 of our animal ambassadors.  The keeper / educator is energetic and knowledgeable, and we get close-in so that you can really see the animal.

For $40, we will enable viewing of the program via Vimeo.  Your patrons can watch the video an unlimited amount of time for a three day period.  And, each video comes with a few coloring pages so viewers have an activity that will remind them of the interesting animals they met.

This price is significantly lower than our regular pricing which starts at $100, and there is no limit to the audience size.  However, video safaris must be ordered and viewed before the offer expires on March 31, 2021.

The Walk on the Wild Side video features:

  • Cinderella, an opossum from North America
  • Bayou, an alligator from North America.
  • Ceylon, a pygmy hedgehog from Africa
  • Arnie, an armadillo from South America
  • Kaya, a kinkajou from South America
  • Bufo, a poisonous cane toad from Australia


The Emerald Forest video features:

  • AJ, an amazon parrot
  • Lola, a green iguana
  • Brownie, a boa constrictor
  • Pico, a paca (a rodent with very interesting markings)
  • Holly Jolly, a dwarf screaming hairy armadillo (that’s it’s actual name)
  • Kima, a kinkajou


The Our Big Backyard video features:

  • Snowpea, a porcupine
  • Princess Jasmine, a Virginia opossum
  • Little T, a desert tortoise
  • Meadow, a gray fox
  • Elvis, a king snake
  • Archie, a Great Horned Owl


Please fill out the form below, and a representative from Wild Wonders will contact you.  Remember, this promotion is only valid for video safaris ordered and viewed before March 31, 2021.

If you had previously ordered the video (thank you!) and want to pursue a “revisit” rental and / or get the coloring pages, please mention that in the Notes field below.


The video was excellent and my daughter loved it very much. Thank you.

— from a viewer of our Walk on the Wild Side video

The video was a success! I noticed there were a lot of views and I received emails from several teachers saying how much they enjoyed it. I liked how the girl who presented was very energetic and easy to understand. The information presented and the format of the video was great too!

— from a viewer of our Walk on the Wild Side video which was shared at an elementary school

Just wanted to say thanks for an awesome SRP show!! My kids absolutely loved it. They all went on about different things they liked about it like the animals featured and the facts shared. Dylan said, “Mom, I think I liked it more than Naruto and that means it was really good!” I didn’t get a chance to watch it with them, but I will soon. 

Thank you to you and the Children’s staff for a fun SRP!

— from a viewer of our Walk on the Wild Side video which was part of a library Summer Reading Program