Wild Kratts PBS Contact Address

Why Don’t PBS Stars Wild Kratts Have a Fanmail Address?

Mountain Lion for Wild Kratts

Clarification: This is not the Wild Kratts. I’m a guy complaining about the lack of a fanmail address for the Wild Kratts. Candace (in the comments below) has gotten a response to a Facebook inquiry, and listed the address there. Thanks.

5 years after I wrote this one of the posters below finally got a response from the Wild Kratts. So you don’t have to scroll through all the replies, here’s her answer:

UPDATE: 21 Feb 2017:

From the comments below:

Hello everyone, this is [the] same Mara as [in the] previous comment. I wanted to share the great news! It took a while after my daughter mailed the letter to the Wild Kratt Brothers but she actually received [a] postcard!!!! It has [a] picture of [the] brothers and (electronic) signatures from both brothers. My daughter was so thrilled!! I would post picture of it on here if I could. It was [this] address: PO box 475, Stowe, Vermont 05672

I can’t believe someone finally got a response. 

See below for my original (and unanswered) kid’s letter to the Kratts.  

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This has become one of my most popular posts of the last few years, demonstrating (I think) how well-served the Wild Kratts would be by an easily accessible fanmail address. Here’s a few of the emails I’ve gotten mistakenly addressed to Martin and Chris.

dear, chriss kratt I hope i spelled your name right. My name is (deleted) i am your bigist fan.if you dont mind would you send me a pick of you an a augograph on it. by the way i am 10 years old.aer crecher power suits real. if you can send a pick end it to (deleted). 

hi ts (deleted) again i forgot something i woul like to be on your show i go tongo bye 

Dear Kratt Brothers, My name is (deleted), and I wanted to ask you some questions that might help me with a project. If you could send me your email address, then I could send you a message in length. It would be great if you could get back to me ASAP. Thank you. 

dear Martin & Chris. I love your t.v. show. I would like to see you & an animal . 

Dear Martin&Chris. I would like to see a cheetah running. In Africa. 

I would like a kids small&a kids medium in shirts.Boots to please. 

And from a teacher looking for the address:

I’m a teacher and some of my students, as well as my son, wanted to write a nice letter to them. Very sad they don’t want their fans to contact them. Great show but terrible PR!!

I’ve got a 5 yr old who enjoys the Wild Kratts program on PBS. He watches it every day. He obsesses over the characters, pretends to be the animals, and talks about the show incessantly. He wants to visit the African Savannah so bad, I feel guilty for not having hauled him over there yet. His only complaint about the show is he’s never seen one about his favorite animal, the mountain lion.

As I imagine any well-meaning parent would do, I encouraged him to write to the Wild Kratts and suggest the topic. I figure if you can send fan mail to big-time (ahem) Hollywood stars, a couple dudes with a kid’s show on PBS should be at least as accessible, right? Wrong.

Wild Kratts Address He spent 15 minutes laboring over his letter suggesting the Wild Kratts do a show on mountain lions, and this was the best address I could come up with. It came back fast enough for me to question if it had actually crossed the border into Canada.

If you search for “Wild Kratts Mailing Address” (most “Wild Kratts” queries, in fact) Google usually returns links for The Kratt Club – a fan club, where it states at the bottom of the page (after the disclaimer that they’re not affiliated with Martin and Chris) that “The Kratt Brothers do not have a current fan mail address or email address for fans to write to.” (Written in Comic Sans of course).

Further searching reveals a “Yahoo Answer” that claims the reason the Kratts don’t have a mailing address “might be because they don’t want millions of kids to send them fan mail.” I refuse to believe that. I’ve watched the show and the brothers come off as genuine. According to Wikipedia they each have kids of their own. I can’t believe that two dads so concerned about teaching kids the value of nature and wilderness in the modern world can be oblivious to kids’ needs to learn effective communication skills. They have trailers after episodes where kids help save animals and protect the environment. Writing letters is an effective way to accomplish both these actions from a distance. Why not let encourage kids to write to them? Writing promotes thinking, individual activity and action at an early and influential age. It teaches young people to speak up and attempt to try and change something.

Kratt Brothers ContactI’d argue that without a mailing address, Wild Kratts is just another crappy TV show. Sure, kids can interact with the silly games at pbskids.org, and adults can get in touch with the production company to book appearances and promotional gigs, but no contact info for kids? Shame on you Chris and Martin.

Without a real address (or at least an easily located address for fanmail) I’ll do the next best thing. Here’s the letter in it’s entirety:

Wild Kratts I understand with the popularity of the show Martin and Chris could easily be overwhelmed by fanmail, but c’mon, that’s not the real point. Pick 50 letters a week to respond to. Post the best ones on Facebook and tweet some responses to questions. Let this be a learning experience for both the Wild Kratts by being more in touch with their demographic and for the kids and fans of the show by letting them know their voices are heard.

I never told my boy the letter came back. He keeps asking when the episode about the mountain lion will be on the air. Luckily, we’ve started writing a story about a mountain lion… imagination beats television any day.

Good luck!

105 thoughts on “Wild Kratts PBS Contact Address

  1. strayfoto

    Thanks Dan. I’m preparing a future post with all the questions I get here. Every week a couple a couple kids fill out my contact page without having read the entire post – they think I’m the Kratt Brothers. They request shows and ideas, ask for Wild Kratts stuff, it’s crazy. Thanks for speaking up.

  2. Dan West

    I’m a teacher and some of my students, as well as my son, wanted to write a nice letter to them. Very sad they don’t want their fans to contact them. Great show but terrible PR!!

  3. Monica Strang

    Not too long ago, Wild Kratts was actually called Zoboomafoo on PBS. I found this website: http://pbskids.org/zoboo/contact.html that has an address for Fan Mail for the Kratt Brothers. It’s probably old, but my daughter and I are going to try and write them a letter. We’ll let you know what happens.

  4. Monica Strang

    oh, and here is the address if you want to try it as well:

    Kratt Brothers Company
    PO Box 4515
    Burlington, VT 05406

    again, it’s probably old… we’ll see.

  5. Quinn Hall Post author

    Monica! Good find. I’m surprised such an old page still exists – Zoboomafoo ended 13 years ago (but according to Wikipedia it still airs in syndication – funny, I don’t think I’ve seen it in Utah). I’d definitely be interested to hear what happens if you reach them. I hope you get a response. And thanks for adding the address – this page gets far more hits than I ever thought it would – maybe that will help others too.

  6. jelani tau penny Johnson

    Dear wild kratts i love your tv show and want to know how to be a member of the wild kratts crew. Thank you bye.

  7. Mamapax

    I just found that same address ans was wondering if you had any luck? My little fella wants to send them an invitation to his birthday. I explained they live far away and probably can’t come, but it’d be great to at least get an autographed pic or something.

  8. Quinn Hall Post author

    I’ve still never heard of anyone successfully contacting them… best of luck. It’s disappointing because I get about two emails a month requesting show ideas and fan paraphernalia. I can’t imagine why they don’t have an official fan club. If you get a response let me know and I’ll post about it here.

  9. Monica Strang

    That address didn’t work. The letter came back as undeliverable 🙁 if anyone finds the right address, please let us know. Thanks!

  10. Quinn Hall Post author

    Hey I think the Wild Kratts (or at least a liason) are on Twitter – follow @WildKrattsOffic and you’ll hear about appearances and merchandise. On 03 March they posted about Ask Wild Kratts Week. Might be a good time to ask why they don’t have an official fan club/page so our less social media oriented 6 year old kids can simply mail a letter.

  11. strayfoto

    Hey I think the Wild Kratts (or at least a liason) are on Twitter – follow @WildKrattsOffic and you’ll hear about appearances and merchandise. On 03 March they posted about Ask Wild Kratts Week. Might be a good time to ask why they don’t have an official fan club/page so our less social media oriented 6 year old kids can simply mail a letter.

  12. tinamama

    I’ve posted to their Facebook page, the “Official” Wild Kratts page….we’ll see if someone there can answer how to reach them….and I posted a link to this article there, so let’s hope someone finally points the actual brothers to this article and takes charge and makes it possible for kids to contact them. Because WE love them too, and even my 13yr old gets excited when there are new episodes!

    We are homeschoolers, and the Wild Kratts show is part of our learning! I found a science curriculum about animals and found that it was far too young and simple for my kids because everything in it they already knew from Wild Kratts! They actually were saying things like “yeah, and also….” when I read about an animal….relaying info above and beyond what the curriculum provided!

    How cool is that???

  13. tinamama

    I also posted your link as an @ message to their official Twitter. Maybe we should all keep periodically posting this link to their Facebook and Twitter and eventually someone will get the message and respond! 🙂

  14. tinamama

    Zoboomafoo was actually a totally different show. Though also with the Kratt Brothers. They also had a show called “Be the Creature” which was sort of like that old show Wild Kingdom (remember that?), but with the Kratt Brothers twist…(man they are YOUNG in that one!) and also a show called “Kratt’s Creatures.” Wild Kratts is just their latest show. We like all their shows. I actually miss Zoboomafoo. 🙁 Hard to find it anywhere to watch now.

  15. Quinn Hall Post author

    Thanks Tina! It’s sad my little rant gets so much attention, but if it encourages The Wild Kratts to get a mailing address then great! Thanks for taking the time to comment.

  16. Candace

    You probably don’t need this anymore but I asked on their facebook page today about an address. I got a reply from the page within an hour Kratt Brothers Company, P.o. Box 475, Stowe, Vermont, 05672 USA.

  17. Quinn Hall Post author


    Thanks, that’s great! I’ll have to try it out. I’ve always been surprised by how much traffic this page gets, I’m sure this will help some people looking for the address.

  18. strayfoto


    Thanks, that’s great! I’ll have to try it out. I’ve always been surprised by how much traffic this page gets, I’m sure this will help some people looking for the address.

  19. LizandDanny Roberts

    I just came across this page while looking for an address my son (4yrs) could write to. Did you have any luck with the address above?

  20. Quinn Hall Post author

    Liz and Danny, I’ve never heard back from Candace and the Stowe Vermont address. If you try it and it works let me know – I’ve got two kids that would write to them now… best of luck.

  21. Erin @ Wild Whispers

    Thanks for all the legwork people have done on this! My five year old wrote Chris and Martin a letter this AM all by herself, and I’m going to try the VT address above. I’ll check in and let everyone know what happens in a few weeks…

  22. KellyBean

    I have a fanatic myself… He has been obsessed with the Kratts for 4 yrs.. never missing an episode. We have purchased the sweatshirt, t shirt , books, dvds, & creature power suit and I have even thrown him a WILD KRATTS theme birthday party…. printed my own cupcake toppers and all. My boy is 7 and the Kratt fever is still going strong.
    I am soooo very grateful for these brothers. My son knows everything about everything about animals. He engages in nonfiction animal books constantly. While other kids his age are emerged in Angry Birds or Pokemon or some other useless mumbo jumbo… thanks to these Kratts, my son actually is learning everyday about something useful and he is just as excited to do so as day 1.
    These guys didnt seek out this future in acting and producing programs. I think it blew up on them like no one could have predicted. These are just regular guys who are actually doing a public service and the kids DIG IT! I think you should get off their backs. We would all like to give our kids everything we can to make their little faces beam…but do YOU want to handle all the incoming fan mail of the Kratts? That would take a crew Im afraid. There is no way they could possibly keep making new episodes, appearances AND spend time with their FAMILIES making their children beam. Remember , they are probably away from their kids A LOT on location.. to bring the show to us.
    GET OFF THEIR BACKS… and be grateful your children have quality educational entertainment. Its unfair and selfish of you all to complain.
    See you on the creature trail!
    Rogan’s mom
    Glendale, Az

  23. Quinn Hall Post author

    Wow. Press pause on the cupcake printer and back away from the internet…

    I never meant to vilify the Kratt Brothers – I was merely lamenting the lack of a valid fan mail address. I agree with you that their influence is a welcome change from the regular garbage on television. That’s exactly why they should have a fan mail address. A kid could write a fan letter to Miley Cyrus or Ozzy Osbourne but not the Wild Kratts? Why not?

    You claim the Kratts “didn’t seek out this future in acting and producing programs.” C’mon. They seem intelligent, motivated and engaged. They’ve been in television for 20 years – plenty of time to get out if it isn’t what they wanted. I imagine this type of success is exactly what they’ve been shooting for and I applaud their efforts. They’re making a great show that kids love. I think it’s excellent.

    I never implied the Kratts should neglect their families just to answer fanmail – I don’t know where you got that out of my post. I actually suggested they pick a few letters a week to respond to and post a few on Facebook. Of course nobody could answer all the mail they may get, but does that justify not having an address a kid can mail a letter to? People far more famous and busy than the Kratts have figured it out. Encouraging kids to write is one more way to keep them from Pokemon, Angry Birds, and far, far away from those stupid ponies.

    You seem to imply I’m somehow “on the backs” Wild Kratts as if I’m hounding and harassing them. This is a 18 month old post on a website that’s mostly about photography, cameras, backpacks, and travel. There’s over a billion websites on the internet. A BILLION. This post hardly warrants a glance and has probably never been seen by anyone that even knows the Kratt Brothers. (If I’m wrong, give them my best; my daughter insisted we call her “Little Howler” for several months.)

    I’m stoked you took the time to post such a heartfelt response – thanks.

  24. lmelville

    Hello, I was wondering if you got a response at the Stowe address. My 7 year old would also like to express his huge fandom in hand-written form.

    Thanks for any update!

  25. Larissa

    I’m with you on this! I especially applaud your comments about the value of writing a letter. Well-said.
    I stumbled on your post tonight while searching for a fan mail address for the Kratts. Like others, I have an 8 year-old son obsessed with the Wild Kratts, passionate about animals, and educated about animals thanks to the show. He really would like to send them a message (and a picture of himself in his creature power suit).

    I’m thinking I’ll try the Stowe address and include a self-addressed, stamped envelope–to make it easy for someone to reply. If we can’t reach the Kratts in Vermont, perhaps our mail will make it to the Von Trapps. They’re in Vermont, too. And actually, they were MY childhood obsession… not that anyone asked.

    See you on the creature trail!

  26. Quinn


    My daughter and I are going to snail mail them a letter tomorrow. I will definitely let you know if that address works!

    The Wild Kratts has been an incredibly influential show for her; she knows more about animals from that show than I do! She understands the context, that animals should be respected (though we teach that at home as well, it’s nice that a tv show re-iterates that point in a child-friendly way), and writes/draws the animals she loves. She’s only six, and this is the only tv show I’ll let her watch. Much better than the other programming.

    Wish us luck!


  27. jered

    Here is what i found. My son has just found the Kratts on netflix and really likes. I included the link because there are some specific direction. So not sure what the address if for but is says for fan mail on the page. I tried to look back over the other address found to compare and didn’t find it to be the same. Good luck and see you on the creature trail.

    Martin Kratt
    Earth Creatures
    255 S Champlain St., 2nd Floor
    Burlington, VT 05401

  28. Constance Truggle

    As with the rest of you, I have children obsessed with Wild Kratts. I also found this article while searching out a mailing address. And I also want to know if the latest address has yielded any results. Did anyone email the promotional booking people and see if there’s a way to get an address that way?

    My three and six year olds know more about the wild than I do, which totally rocks my socks. They’d love to send letters and draw pictures for the brothers, so I’m hoping someone has had some success.


  29. Quinn Hall Post author

    The last few comments have come in the last week – I still haven’t heard of anyone successfully contacting them via snail mail. I can’t believe how much traffic this post gets though – it’s a real testament to the popularity of the show and (I think) demonstrates the need for at least a reliable fan mail address. Keep checking back, if anyone responds with a real address here I’ll update the post.

  30. Annie

    Good to know other parents are on the search for a mailing address for the kratt brothers. my 5 y/o has a pile of drawings he wants to send Chris and Martin!

  31. Vee

    I emailed studio@krattbrothers.com and I got this reply:

    We try to encourage our fans to email their fan mail and drawings. We do have a P.O. Box but this is not checked on a regular basis. If you still wish to mail them, our mailing address is:

    P.O. Box 475
    Stowe, Vermont

    My daughter and I will try this address and see how it goes.

  32. EricB

    Thank you all for the great research an postings. Short of becoming Chris or Martin not sure what else to do.my little one is determined to email the Kratts Brothers. She is inspired by the show and wants to become a marine biologist. I wish I had that drive at age 6. Anyway I sent an email to studio@krattbrothers.com (thanks Vee) and got the following auto reply… Will scan her letter and email it to see what happens….

    “Thank you for your message! Your email has been received by our studio. The Wild Kratts team will respond to you as soon as possible. Please note that we strive to respond to all email correspondence as quickly as possible. Because we often go on creature adventures across the globe, we may take several weeks to respond to your message. See you on the creature trail!”

  33. Taryn

    I wrote to studio@wildkratts.com and got an email back the next day regarding an autographed picture for my son..

    Hi Taryn!

    Thanks for your message! We’re happy your child is such a big fan of the show.

    Attached is a signed photo.

    All the best,

    Unfortunately it was a generic picture with ‘all the best” written on it, I wrote again for a personalized one and received a msg back same day:

    Hi Taryn,

    Unfortunately the Kratt brothers are travelling with their Wild Kratts Live Tour and filming season 4 of Wild Kratts. They are not available to personalize autographs at this time. They will be heading back late in the year.

    We hope your child enjoys the picture.

    All the best,

    The Wild Kratts Team

    Not specifically about sending fan mail but someone definitely replied very quickly! Hope it helps….

  34. Quinn Hall Post author

    Hey Taryn, thanks for commenting. This is as close as anyone’s gotten to a real response… I’m glad to hear someone is at least responding. It’s better than the unopened and returned letter some have gotten.

  35. Rochelle Murray

    Imagine my dismay when I go looking for an address to send fan mail to the Kratt Brothers, to find all the returns of my search were that there is no address. I really wanted to let them know how much my son loves their show and how much he’s learning from them and he’s only two years old. I wish there were space enough to share my Tomato Soup story here . . .

    I appreciate the email address from Taryn, above. I am a little “old-school” and would like to send a letter, but we’ll put it out there anyway. Thanks for the Forum.

  36. annabelle780

    this is the address i found hope it works cause my kid wants to send letters also
    Martin Kratt
    earth creatures
    255 s. champlain st 2nd floor
    burlington, vt 05401

  37. Maren

    Thanks so much everyone for sharing this information! My son also has a letter ready to be mailed to the Kratt brothers.



  39. Quinn Hall Post author

    While I enjoy the rabid enthusiasm (and love), it bears repeating that I’m not Chris or Martin. I’m just a guy who complained that they should have a real, physical mailing address. Undying love for the Kratts should probably be directed at their Facebook page.

  40. Quelita

    I read on this forum about all the fans of the Kratts brothers who have had bad experiences and their fan mails returned,that happened to me many years ago when I was 16 with an artist I liked, he returned my letter and I felt so sad. I think it would not be a bad idea to go to one of their conventions hopefully to talk to them in person about this issue, they can’t be telling people that all their addresses are invalid, if it was like that they would not have a real company with a physical address. The other alternative would be to contact PBS about it via email,someone in that tv station can talk to them about this matter, that parents are sending letters and are getting them returned. Tv hosts need to be kind and attentive to their audience’ s needs and the viewers deserve to be treated well. In my country parents would not like their kids writing to TV guys who end up returning their letters and they tell them to just to watch the shows they like but not to write letters. There are still many good shows out there to see and good entertainment for children.


    I would verify the zipcode of their Stowes’s address, all businesses have to receive their mail. If that zipcode is correct, then that address of their company is valid, incorrect addresses are always sent back by USPS. UPS is more reliable, ask for tracking number and a signature upon arrival . If their office in Stowe , Vermont has no one working inside to run it and answer their mails then they should get a new mailing address and hire people to answer them, it is a very simple thing to do. Another idea is to call the tv station that airs their show,
    PBS and ask them if they have their mailing address,one that works or go to one of their conventions and if there is no chance to talk to them give your mails in there to their talent manager or head organizer of their event in there- I really think that will work the thing is to get a helpful person in there that knows them to give them some letters to them.

  42. Quelita

    The internet states that the zipcode of Burlington, Vermont is 05401. If that is the case then that is the reason in my opinion of why so many letters were been returned ,either that or it could be an old address. The zipcode of Stowe, Vermont is correct. Verify with USPS or a mail center company the zipcode of Burlington , Vermont. I think the Stowe address is fine,I don’t know if that is their new address now,verify with a mailing center the zipcode of Earth Creatures.


    I know for sure according to a local post office that the Burlington, Vermont zipcode is not valid, I sent the guys an email to the studio@ krattbrothers.com asking them a question and no response. The email did go through,it’s been over a week. Some public figures answer letters in the pen and paper method, that happened to me in the 80’s , I got a letter from a famous gymnast who travelled a lot to different countries in less than a week, she was very disciplined ,made her public a priority and found the time to answer back quickly. Answering the public’s letters and emails and quickly has to be a high priority for any public figure.

  44. KinderMom

    Hi Everyone,

    I have confirmed that this is a good address, according to the VT secretary of State’s website. Best of luck. PO BOX 475, STOWE, VT, 05672, USA

  45. Melanie Ramsey

    Holy Creature Powers!! Who knew this was going to be such an adventure! My grandson, age 6, is determined to mail a letter to Chris and Martin.. has been to see them live and LOVES the current show AND has just stumbled on ZABOOMOFO (SP?) (on Netflix) and is now even MORE determined to write to these guys! What’s an old granny to do?!?

  46. Amy P.

    I can see that no one is really having any luck getting a hold of Chris Or Martin. BUT, this site seems to be the absolute best chance out there to get a hold of them. So while I continue on the search to find the address, I’m going to leave this message here for the random change that maybe they see it, and So i can join in the struggle.

    I grew up on Zooboomofu, and now my daughters are watching it and Wild Kratts, they are obsessed with it, and we watch at least an episode of one or the other every day. if not more than one. I want to let them have a chance to write the Brothers and thank them myself for being such an inspiration to children everywhere. While i understand that they are hugely popular at this point, and it may just be super hard to reply to fan mail anymore. I hope that is all the case is, and not that the front they give off of being down to earth really awesome guys, is not just that. A front.

    Forever a fan regardless. I just hope I can get a hold of them one day. To at least have a letter go through, not even necessary for a reply.

  47. Stacey

    My kids too, Melanie! They’ve loved Wild Kratts for years, but Zaboomafoo has made them desperate to write to the Kratt Brothers! They don’t really expect a response, so I guess we’ll try the Stowe VT address and the email, and see how it goes!

  48. Quinn Hall Post author

    Yeah I actually got roped into watching a Zoboomafoo the other day and, surprisingly enough, the plot was one where the Kratts’ have a wagon full of fan mail and they spend time reading the letters… It’s ironic that now kids can’t even write to them.

  49. Teressa

    My daughters are also hooked on Wild Kratts and just discovered Zoboomafoo the other day (we’ve been watching nonstop). My seven year old just penned them a letter this morning. I’m sad to see that sending them via snail mail just won’t work. disappointing but not surprising.

  50. Adria

    My son thought he sent them a letter a few weeks ago. I took it out of the mailbox because there was no address on it. He has been checking the mail everyday since then for a response.
    I’m going to try emailing them and seeing if they will just send a post card or even something generic. If not I’m going to make a post card and have my mom send it to him signing as the kratt brothers. Its worth it to see my little guy happy!
    If anyone else would like me to send their kids post cards from the “wild kratts” let me know 😉 its better then nothing right?

  51. Josh

    I’m going to send it in to the Zoboomafoo address on PBS and see if that gets anywhere.

    2100 Crystal Drive
    Arlington, VA 22202

    I’ll comment back here if we get anything in response.

  52. Tami

    I like your creativity, Adria! I think I will also fabricate a reply to end up in our mailbox. My 6-year-old will be devastated if her letter is returned or she receives no reply.

  53. Becky Nyce

    My 5-year-old is ridiculously obsessed with Wild Kratts & has been pestering me for weeks to “ask the Kratts Brothers to come to our house.” I finally told him I’d write them a letter. He also drew them pictures.I put it all in an envelope & quickly realized I had nowhere to send it. I didn’t expect a response from them. I was just trying to humor my son as authentically as possible. How very frustrating. I am grateful for this site though. 🙂

  54. Quinn Hall Post author

    Ummm… I’m not sure to what you’re referring – I reply to most non-spam comments. I’m not, however, the Wild Kratts. If you’re expecting a reply from the Wild Kratts on this website, then yes, you’re correct. You won’t get one.

  55. Quinn Hall Post author

    Yes Jennifer, that’s the Stowe, VT address people refer to above. I’ve still never heard back from anyone that has not had the letter get returned. Maybe some have had luck with the Stowe, Vermont address and not commented here, I have no way of knowing. Thanks for your reminder of the Stowe address, perhaps more folks will use that one. Happy new year!

  56. Sara

    My son struggles in first grade and only has kindergarten level reading and writing skills… But he loves animals and science in general. He decided himself to ask for help writing a letter to the wild kratts and so I did. I’m very surprised that there isn’t a better way to send fan mail.

  57. Quinn Hall Post author

    Yeah Sara, it’s a drag. You could ostensibly try the Stowe, VT address someone posted earlier. I’ve never heard of anyone getting a response from that address, but nobody’s every posted the letter got returned either. Good luck.

  58. Ana R.

    I think asking PBS for their address is not a bad idea, email or call the tv station to see if they can give their right address. I also saw for several days Chris in a Macy’ s store of Texas when I got a job as a recovery associate for the holidays back in 2014. He was looking for Ralph Lauren and Polo clothes for his son and he told me they do write back to many people, they don’t have much time for other things. He was in the children’s department. He fell asleep one day in a couch, he looked very tired. That was in 2014 near Christmas time. Hopefully you can see him in person, is not tired and says hi to you. Do send a small package when you get a good address with a valid zipcode ,very nice one with a letter inside to show your appreciation for the show (not to be a fan). If I find a new address I will write in here (hopefully one that works).

  59. Courtney

    I found an e-mail address and got a response from the folks in the office. They sent me the same mailing address you have listed above. My dyslexic son labored over a letter to the brothers, too–2 years ago. They never responded. I assume they get the mail being sent to that address, but they obviously don’t prioritize responding to it. One poorly paid intern could easily take care of that for them. Fame is not exactly an unprecedented problem: there are mechanisms for dealing with such things!

  60. Quinn Hall Post author

    I agree – I think I even said in my original post that much larger stars have dealt with this issue before – and like you said, it’s not uncharted waters. There’s an old Zoboomafoo where they answer letters – they can’t be oblivious to the fan mail. One comment below suggests I “stay off their backs” and that’s not what I ever intended. I just think they could deal with fan mail better.

  61. Kel

    Hi! I’m another mom with another 6 y.o. trying to reach the Kratt brothers. Glad I read through the comments. I can fabricate a letter for my little one. I just wanted to add my voice to their disappointed fans.

  62. rob

    I just stumbled across this after entering a search familiar to most all of the commenters.
    That this has been going for almost three years is mind-boggling, and honestly quite noble on your part, Mr. Hall.
    Kudos! And best of luck to us all in finding the Kratts while they’re out finding animals…wait, is that some form of irony?

  63. Quinn Hall Post author

    Hey Rob, thanks for the kind words. I’m constantly surprised this page gets so many views, and, like you mention, that finding a mailing address is still such a challenge… best of luck.

  64. Lindsay

    Hi. I was looking for a mailing address or something for the Wild Kratts for my daughters because they are such big fans show. It’s really disheartening that they can’t even have some form of contact with their fans! I appreciate the work you have done at keeping the other parents and fans up to date on this situation.

  65. Quinn Hall Post author

    Thanks. I kind of thought that by now someone would’ve discovered a way to write to them or this thread would’ve died. It’s remaining one of my top visited posts indicates a real need for an address for the Kratts.

  66. April

    To add validity to the Stowe,VT address (Kratt Brothers Company, p.o. box 475, 05672) is the response I just got from PBS kids asking for a snail mail address for the Kratts and that’s where they told me to write. So I’m going to mail my 7 year old son’s invitation to come to his birthday party (I have no illusions that they’ll come, but he does). Best case scenario for me is they actually respond in some way. I’ll borrow the idea from a previous post to include a SASE just in case. Good luck others too!

  67. Mara

    My daughter have been wanting to write to Kraft brothers, she finally wrote a letter and needed an address. I’m shocked that its hard to find. Anyway, I’m trying po box 475 Stowe Vermont 05672 hopefully they will respond. My daughter actually said this 5 minutes ago, I can’t wait to get letter back from them. I’m afraid that I might end up buying Wild Kraft poster and mail it to my own house for my daughter’s hopes. Later, Mara

  68. Kendra

    My 6yo daughter sent a letter several weeks ago and asks me every day if she’s received a letter from the Kratt Brothers. I was thinking I might need to write a response letter myself. After reading these posts, I’m guessing that will be the plan, which is unfortunate. I’m sure they probably do get a lot of mail, but should at least have a system in place to send a general response of some kind as acknowledgement. Thank you for this information.

  69. Marleena

    I’m 16 years old, and I’ve been watching these guys every since Zobomafoo. Seriously. I’m 16. I remember being probably, like eight, maybe younger and enjoying these two and learning about all sorts of animals. I just finished watching a show of the newer Wild Kratts with my youngest sister! Minutes ago. I’m thinking, hey, this 16 year old girl is gonna show her appreciation….and then nada. Zilch. Boom. Nothing. It’s really sad. Please, if you find out anything, let them know that there are long standing fans, like my little sister and I, who love this show and its message. I’m 16 for crying out loud! Most people my age don’t even watch these guys anymore. But I recently found Zobomafoo on Netflix and was overjoyed. I hope you find an answer….I am such a fan of these guys. Use my comment if it helps!

  70. Mara Piccone

    This is same Mara, update: nothing from that address. I guess we all should give up trying to contact these guys. I’m gona find poster and mail it from post office to my daughter so that she will feel happy.

  71. Michelle

    I am loving this feed. Three years of dedicated Kratt parents 🙂 my daughter, now 3.5, of course, loves the Kratt brothers, hence why I am here to begin with. She is now insistent I find a phone number. Hello, Mr. Hall. Thank you for your post here. You truly love your kid when your original blog isn’t even Kratt related! Anywho, I also emailed them on the website and got a generic photo printed with the Kratt brohers’ names. I put it in our mailbox, kid checked said mail, said kid flipped out with joy. We will be taking her to see the Kratt Brother’s Live in November. Lord help dad and I! Stay strong Kratt parents. The struggle is real xoxo

  72. Quinn Hall Post author

    Michelle! Thanks for reading the comments. Every time I get a new one I worry it’s another kid telling me how much they love the Kratt Brothers (mistaking me for one of them.) We’re still waiting for the Mountain Lion episode to come out… Maybe this fall? At least they’re on Amazon Prime now.

  73. George

    Hello Mr. Hall
    I’m kinda shocked that how hard it was to even come close to finding some way to contact the Kratt Bros. I have a 6 year old son that has autism and for the first time in his life he has heroes.. The Kratt Brothers and I have no way to tell them how much they have impacted my son’s life. For the longest time he would spend his time on his iPad cause it was his security blanket and he would not watch cartoons. But these guys helped a 6 year child with autism open up and now he’s talking more.. He’s making eye contact he talks about animals.. I would give anything in the world just to shake their hand and say thank you.. My son watches every day and tells me about the animals and now he’s doing great in school.. What more could a dad ask for.. Just a chance to say thank you..

  74. Quinn Hall Post author

    Yeah, I feel your pain. It’s a great show – it just needs a little more interactivity with the staff and hosts. I know they schedule appearances once in a while – that might be the only real way to “shake their hands.” I wish there was a way to just email them and say “thanks.”

  75. Marleena

    This is the same Marleena. Update: My sister and I were watching that new show, Odd Squad, and fliped out because the Kratts actually were cameos in one of the newer episodes.

    Seems like those kids got to meet them, but millions around the world can’t? Wow.

  76. Mara Piccone

    Hello everyone, this is same Mara Piccone as previous comment. I wanted to share the great news! It took a while after my daughter mailed the letter to the wild Kratt brothers but she actually received postcard!!!! It has picture of brothers and (electronic) signatures from both brothers. My daughter was so thrilled!! I would post picture of it on here if I could. It was that address PO box 475, Stowe, Vermont 05672

  77. Christine Cari

    I saw an interview of the Kratt Bros on the internet via TVO, the Canadian public broadcasting company. The Kratt Brothers live and work in Ottawa, Canada, where their Wild Kratts Animation Studio is based. They grew up in New Jersey, but have created all their shows IN CANADA, in various cities. So now, Ottawa is where they “come home to” when they do go home. I doubt mail would get forwarded to tem from any US address.

  78. Quinn Hall Post author

    Actually (and I know there’s a lot of comments on this post, perhaps too many to want to read through) one of the comments below is from someone that got a response from the Kratts at the Stowe, VT address. I’ve updated the post to reflect that someone got a response.

  79. Marleena

    The Canada thing makes sense! That Odd Squad show only casts Canadian children, hence the easy cameo job…

  80. Tim Dixon

    I’m 14 and have been watching the Kratt Brothers since the very first episode of Wild Kratt when I was in 1st or 2nd grade. I loved watching wild Kratts, Kratts creatures, Zoboomafoo, and Be the Creature. It is really sad that there is no address that works. We gave up and just got VIP tickets to a show to meet them. Great job Mr. Hall for creating this. Hopefully this isn’t the only way. I hope all of you have success in this.

  81. Quinn Hall Post author

    I think you’ll find the address in the blog post above – some reader found it and claimed to successfully get a response from the Kratts. Best of luck.

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