Olivia’s Birds Traveling Exhibition

Olivia’s Birds explores environmental conservation through the story and artwork of young conservationist Olivia Bouler, who raised more than $200,000 for relief efforts following the Gulf oil spill of 2010.

american goldfinch

“American Goldfinch” by Olivia Bouler
Watercolor, 2010

Through Olivia’s artwork and interpretive, family-friendly text and information, children and their families will learn about birds and environmental conservation, along with a powerful message that anyone, regardless of age, can make a difference.


Developed by
Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art and the Bouler Family

100-130 linear feet 

Primary Target Audience
General audiences, particularly ages 14 and younger, families and groups.

For additional information or to reserve the exhibit for your location, please call the Center at 717-692-3699, or contact us.

Ned Smith Center