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Lee Alexander

Wildlife Guide

Lee Alexander is a retired UNH professor with a background in Forestry and Wildlife Ecology.  “Beekeeper Lee” manages and mentors aspiring beekeepers at the Emery Farm honeybee apiary.  He also enjoys spending time out-of-doors with others – both young and old – who want to learn about the “birds and bees, flowers and trees.” 

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Music Teacher

Pam Felber, Ziggity Zag Music LLC from Exeter, New Hampshire is an experienced music
educator, song writer and performer, specializing in elementary and early childhood music.
This will be her 38th year of teaching music to children.
Pam was introduced to song writing in 2021. After attending the Rocky Mountain Song
School for the last 3 years in Lyons, Colorado, she has become engaged in song writing, for
children. Pam is currently working on her first album and hoping for a release date in October
2023. Her music is available on most streaming platforms by saying; “Pam Felber Ziggity Zag
Music” or by going to her website. Ziggity Zag Music LLC.
She is also a song writer for the Non-Profit organization: Songs of Love.
Pam lives with her husband Michael, 2 Irish Wolfhounds; Mavis, Keeva and Nala, a lab
mix that nibbles on furniture. She loves spending time with their three children, Kim, Zach,
Jessie, their spouses and four Grandsons! Riding her electric bike, “Bessie” and going to
Broadway with everyone are two of her favorite things.

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Bilingual Boogie Teacher

Cara is a New Hampshire native who loves to travel. She has visited over 35 countries, and has called Spain, Ecuador, and Germany home. She has had years of dance training and dance continues to bring her joy. She has undergraduate degrees in Spanish and International Affairs from UNH and a masters degree in International Training and Education from American University in Washington, DC. Cara has taught Spanish language classes and dance classes; Bilingual Bop is the combination of the two!



Keara has been working closely with children of all different ages since 2019. She loves seeing children grow and develop through learning. She believes that an effective learning environment must consist of lots of play, exploration, love, and of course fun. Making a positive impact in a child's life and their education is her number one priority, She just recently graduated from UNH with her masters in Elementary Education and completed her undergraduate degree in Human Development and Family Studies with concentration in child development. She has worked in the past as an infant/toddler teacher and completed two full year internships in kindergarten classrooms. While at UNH, she also worked at the Child Study and Development Center.

Besides working with children, Keara also works at Three Chimney’s Inn as a server and bartender. In her free time, you can find her at the beach with a good book or at the gym. She also spends much of her time with her senior cat named Cedric, who

she adopted two years ago. He turned 14 this year. She is so excited to start this next chapter in her life and is looking forward to meeting everyone.




Janine adores watching children learn and knows first hand that creating a loving, safe, mutually respectful, and nurturing learning environment has a huge impact on a child’s ability to make important social, emotional, and academic connections. She is passionate about sharing the wonders of nature with children and watching them explore and create relationships with both their peers and the natural world around them. She finds importance in allowing children to make mistakes, explore, and also guide them in order to help develop critical thinking skills. She loves so many aspects of teaching. Although, if she had to pick one, she would say teaching children to read is her  favorite.

Janine graduated from UNH with a masters in Elementary Education. She has taught both kindergarten and first grade for 15 years in New Hampshire. She spent much of her career teaching in the Portsmouth schools. She was a reading and mathematics consultant for McGraw Hill where she traveled New England supporting educators with their teaching. She is a certified yoga teacher and has provided yoga enrichment to children in the school setting for 9 years. She also runs a yoga and nature camp in the summer and teaches both adult and children's yoga classes. 

Little Otters has been a long time dream, which was birthed out of the pandemic. During that time, being with her family and in nature became even more important. She wanted her daughter to learn and play with her peers without having to be inside for most of her day. Little Otters has allowed Janine to teach the core subjects, but also weave in her love for plants, animals, and all things nature. The schedule at Little Otters was chosen purposely to allow families more time with their children while still preparing them academically and socially. 

Janine lives on a tiny farm with her husband, daughter, and their two cats, three goats, chickens, and the world's friendliest turkey named Cookie. 

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