The Possibilities are Endless!


Interpretive Panels

What Custom Voice would this Green heron have if it spoke to school groups? What would it say and in what tone? Is this bird part of a scavenger hunt?

How would you describe this Green heron? Audio Description (AD) targets provide information surrounding key visual elements in your story to reach people with different learning styles and abilities.

Does the target include seasonal information about where it's been spotted or what it's doing this time of the year?


Does it speak another Language or more?


What stories, folklore and legends can our ancestors share about your site?

What if this bird were endangered?

Up-to-date information can be added to an existing panel with a Citizen Science, volunteer or legislative target

Can you hear distinctive background audio like rain falling, wind or the call of local frogs nearby?


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The Possibilities are Endless!

Story Walk

Self-Guided Tours 

StoryWalk provides an innovative and delightful way for children and adults to enjoy reading and the outdoors at the same time.


Make your exhibit accessible by adding SensoryPEN Audio Description (AD) or multi-language targets to signs and pedestals by StoryWalk® Solutions from Barking Dog Exhibits. 

Flora's Caterpillar

Written by April Anderson, Illustrated by Tricia Peterson


This family-oriented picture book is excellent for your Story Walk display! It encourages readers to care for native caterpillars and release butterflies.


Attach with lanyard to add multi-language, accessibility and more! 


Sound-Enable Custom Shapes


SensorPEN aluminum targets adhere permanently to any smooth, clean, dry surface. Inside or outside.

Laminated paper targets work best on temporary displays, scavenger hunts, fundraising or special events. Attach with velcro, adhesive tape or a string to virtually anything that has a story to tell . . .

Share Your Story

Reach the 20% of the population that learns best by listening. FACT. The more senses we involve in the learning process, the more we remember!