While working as a nursery school teacher, Noelle Tarrant discovered an exciting and safe way for children to imagine and explore the world of animals. Bringing animals into her classroom and then into private homes, she has been a licensed animal educator for over 20 years. Her experience working with children of all ages has given her the ability to capture their attention and maintain an almost story-telling atmosphere with interactive questions and demonstrations. Her enthusiasm about animals is contagious and she loves being able to share her passion for animal welfare with children and adults.
You never know where you might see Noelle Tarrant and Zoozort animals. They have appeared on Animal Planet and CNN's Educational Showcase - even Verizon and Nike commercials, and a few magazine ads such as "Sports Illustrated" and "Golf Digest." Other appearances include the Madison Kids Expo, Verona Home Town Days, Four Lakes Wildlife Center, and News 15.
Zoozort was featured in Brava Magazine, March 2013
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People are talking about Zoozort!
- I just wanted to Thank you for the amazing job you did for my son's party! It was amazing and everything that he wanted. You did a great job with everything! I'm going to recommend you to everybody I know. He is still talking about all the animals - especially the python! Thank you again!
- Tosha Quintana
- "I have nothing but good things to say about Noelle. Not only is she completely professional and interesting for the kids, she is very personable and friendly. Definitely hire her."
- Michelle Page-Alswager
Marketing & Events Director BRAVA Magazine, Madison, WI
- "It was the best birthday party I have ever thrown - and I have planned some pretty good ones before!"
- "Thanks so much - you were incredible! You made Olivia's party so special!"
- "Noelle has done several programs for our camp days at Dane County Humane Society. All her programs were exceptional. She is very knowledgeable about her animals and is great at sharing information with children."
- Emily Steinwehe, Dane County Humane Society