About Us

About Animal Tracks Outreach


Founder and Animal Educator

Christina founded Animal Tracks Outreach because she wanted to bring animal programs to Helena, MT and the surrounding areas in a presentation-style format. People of every age connect with animals so these shows are perfect for an edZoocational birthday party, lessons to life for scout, 4-H groups, classrooms and school programs as well as feeding the souls of seniors living in retirement, assisted living and nursing facilities. She hopes that by providing a hands-on experience, people of all ages will not only be entertained, but also educated in the importance of animals and what they add to our world.

Christina is a 2007 graduate of the University of Alaska Southeast with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree. From there, she attended Moorpark College where she studied everything from animal care and handling to animal behavior and training as well as wildlife education and conservation. She graduated in 2012 from the Exotic Animal Training and Management Program. She has worked for a zoological park in Virginia and an animal outreach company in Illinois. She returned to Montana and worked as a veterinary technician before founding Animal Tracks Outreach.

If you're interested in becoming a zookeeper or animal trainer check out the Exotic Animal Training and Management Program (EATM) of Moorpark College.