Amazing Animal Ambassadors Return!

February 16th at Museum of Natural History...
Boomerang, the Kookaburra, native to Australia (Photo by Bethany Jakubson)

BREWSTER, MA —The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster presents Amazing Animal Ambassadors with Cape Cod captive wildlife care expert Bethany Jakubson Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 1pm.

Seeing wild animals up close can become a child's treasured memory, open up a whole new world of wonder, and spark a lifelong love of animals. This is the mission of Amazing Animal Ambassadors. Join owner Bethany Jakubson and some of her favorite members of the natural world including Boomerang the Kookaburra, Dracula the Great Horned Owl, Jasper the Red Tailed Hawk, Milo the Fennec Fox and Cypress the Tenrec, which looks like a hedgehog but are surprisingly unrelated!

Also on display will be an amazing assortment of smaller reptiles and insects. Fun for the whole family!   

Bethany is the owner of Amazing Animal Ambassadors and grew up right here on Cape Cod.   Five years ago, she started her company using some of the animals she herself had rescued over the years, and since then has been expanding the business to include a wide variety of reptiles, birds, mammals and even amphibians and insects. It is Bethany's passion.

At the Door Day of Show: Members $14 / Non-Members $17

SAVE MONEY BOOK ONLINE!  at www.ccmnh.org  

Show Only ONLINE: Members: $10 /Non- Members: $12

ONLINE ONLY: SHOW/MUSEUM ADMISSION COMBO:  Non-Members: Adults 13+ $24,

Kids 3-12: $18

RESERVATIONS Recommended / Space Limited For more information please call:

508-896-3867, ext. 133


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