Diablo Guapo

(1996-2015)

Michelle volunteered at Mountsberg Conservation in 2008-2009, working with birds of prey and learning about their importance to humans and  Mother Nature.. She educated her preschool classes about these raptors, passing on her passion and teaching about other endangered species. Since then, she has taught hundreds of children the importance of wildlife and what can be done to help save our species, and our planet.

Unless otherwise indicated, all photographs and illustrations on this site are the sole property of Michelle Boomer.

Our Mission 

Our goal is to inspire children to protect wildlife. Through animal adventures and loving hearts, this can be achieved.

About Michelle





































Our Pledge

We here at Mother Nature's Heroes pledge to educate and teach your child to help them grow.

Author visits 


Book signings


Basic writing and editing techniques for children
 

Children's yoga


Intuitive activities
 

Mindfulness for children
 

Meditation for children


Endangered species education


​Wildlife rescue/sanctuaries sites information





 


 


 


 


 


 


Michelle has been educating children for over a decade. She taught meditation and yoga after completing and introductory yoga course in 2013. This led to her becoming a Young Yoga Masters certified children's yoga teacher through the 95 hour program.

Writing has always been Michelle's first passion, and writing about animals started at a very young age. Michelle wrote her first animal adventure when she was 7, not realizing this would lead her to writing and illustrating her first middle grade novel as an adult.  Sally the Snake -The Quest to the Beginning ​was released in 2016 and is the first in a series of animal adventures. She now has a collection of 4 preschool books, released in 2017, Mr. Toad and the Volcano, Bunny and the Rocket ship, The Chocolate Monster and the Curse, The Chocolate Monster and the Witch.

​What we offer

Do or do not,

there is no try.

         -Yoda

This black Jaguar was rescued by Wildcat Sanctuary in 2006 and lived the rest of his days as close to freedom as possible. He passed in December of 2015, a day I will never forget. You can view his memorial slideshow on the Wildcat Sanctuary website.


It is with permission from Wildcat Sanctuary that I use his image on my website and business cards.


Wildcat Sanctuary is a non-profit organization, not open to the public, in Minnesota, US. They are among many who put the lives of animals first and do all they can to bring living free to those who never should have been taken out of the wild.


For a small list of more animal advocates, visit our Contact  page, or on Instagram: sally_the_snake_2016.