Saw-Whet Owl
Saw-Whet Owl
Community Naturalist

Audubon Afterschool

Registration for virtual education programs for kids is now open.
Northern Saw-Whet Owl. Photo: Scott Suriano/Audubon Photography Awards
Northern Saw-Whet Owl. Photo: Scott Suriano/Audubon Photography Awards
Community Naturalist

Audubon Afterschool

Registration for virtual education programs for kids is now open.

We’re excited to continue our youth virtual learning opportunities this fall with Audubon Afterschool! Kids between the ages 7-11 years-old are welcome to join our Community Naturalists to learn about nature in monthly virtual sessions. Each hands-on, interactive program will include an activity kit mailed right to your home. Registration is $15 per camper. Up to two children may join per computer.

March 11: Raptors Everywhere!

Raptors are found on almost every continent! In this session of Audubon Afterschool, youth explorers will learn about the variety of raptors found in North America and what makes each a unique hunter. From hawks and eagles to owls and falcons, raptors are some of the most charismatic and popular birds. March 1 is the last day to register, only 20 spaces offered. Cost: $25 per child. Register here

April 8: Sagebrush Adventures

For this session of Audubon Afterschool, let's take a virtual hike through the sagebrush ecosystem together! What is sagebrush? Where is sagebrush and why do we care? In this sagebrush adventure, we'll learn why more than 350 species of plants and animals call this ecosystem home. March 31 is the last day to register, only 20 spaces available. Cost: $15 per child. Register here

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