All of the Audubon's digital school programs are nature-based and student-centered,
allowing every student to become active in the learning process.
* 45 minute digital program
* Geared towards grades
Science Inquiry Hour for grades K-6th.
There are five scheduled...
January ~ Birds of Prey
Birds of prey have unique adaptations that make them awesome predators.
Students will interact with skulls, talons, and wings to discover how different
characteristics help raptors survive in their environment.
February ~ Beautiful Birds
Participants will discover the fascinating world of birds as they study avian bones,
wings, feet, feathers, nests, eggs and more!
Students will learn about the diversity of birds of the Pacific Northwest,
their unique adaptations and characteristics, and how to identify many
of the species they see around their home.
March ~ Owls of the Northwest
This program gives participants the chance to learn how to identify
different species of owls found in the Pacific Northwest.
Owl specimens and fantastic photos help to bring these elusive,
often nocturnal avian predators right into your home.
April ~ Habitats of the Pacific Northwest
Students will travel the vast Pacific Northwest without ever leaving their home!
They will get acquainted with our region’s diverse range of habitats,
and learn how to identify alpine ecosystems, meadows,
grasslands, wetlands, and deserts.
Participants will also learn the amazing skill of being able to place
a given species in its proper habitat based on its unique and shared characteristics.
We’ll show lots of specimens, ranging from bear and raccoon skulls to cougar
and skunk study skins will help students learn about the numerous mammals that live here!
May ~ Bats!
Bats are incredibly important, but commonly misunderstood,
and this program helps separate fact from fiction.
Learn about the variety of bats from around the world before
taking a deep dive into the bats that live here in the Pacific Northwest.
Through the use of photographs, specimens, props and story,
find out what makes these flying wonders so special,
what adaptations help them survive and the role they play in insect control and pollination.
Science Tales is for Pre-K and Kindergarten.
Storytime comes to life in this exciting early childhood environmental education exploration program! Kids will hear stories of the earth, animals, how to be a kid exploring the natural world around them, and much more! Students will engage in activities that connect to the themes of the short book read during the session.
There are four scheduled...