Wildlife on Wheels turns muse for these talented artists from Johnston Middle School

When HMNS’ Wildlife on Wheels hit Johnston Middle School on Feb. 14, it wasn’t for your run-of-the-mill presentation.

Wildlife on Wheels hits Johnston Middle School

Our live animal presentations are anything but average, but this one was particularly fascinating: The students in Christina Gutierrez’s art class got to draw the wildlife they met, and their completed work is something special:

Wildlife on Wheels hits Johnston Middle School
Taryn Tsujimoto, 8th grade

Wildlife on Wheels hits Johnston Middle School
June Chen, 8th grade

Wildlife on Wheels hits Johnston Middle School
Melanie Montiel, 8th grade

Wildlife on Wheels hits Johnston Middle School
Courtney Collier, 7th grade

Wildlife on Wheels hits Johnston Middle School
Jamie Wright, 8th grade

Wildlife on Wheels hits Johnston Middle School
Leah J. Schultz, 8th grade

Wildlife on Wheels hits Johnston Middle School
Caroline Hamilton, 7th grade

Wildlife on Wheels hits Johnston Middle School

A student examines a baby alligator

Wildlife on Wheels hits Johnston Middle School

This toad had trouble sitting still, so kudos to this kiddo for capturing his essence.

Outreach programs like Wildlife on Wheels, Bugs on Wheels, Science on Stage and others are bookable as part of an on-site field trip — or they can pack up and come to you. For more information on our Outreach programs and to learn how you can book a live animal presentation for your school or organization, click here or email us!