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Young Audubon

Through our Young Audubon program, we engage children and their families in nature explorations outside of the school setting. Parents can join Young Audubon on behalf of their kids and family to receive announcements about our field trips, hands-on workshops, and events for kids and families. Activities include birding field trips, whale watching, creek explorations, and Wildlife & Harvest Day, our annual fall festival. You can even schedule a guided birding field trip for your own small group!

 

Please contact Kelly Alfrey at outreach@scvas.org for more information.

Upcoming Young Audubon Activities

Kid-friendly Field Trips
Ongoing throughout Santa Clara County
If your family enjoys hiking and bird-watching, check out our Kids Calendar for listings of kid-friendly field trips. These are free and open to the public - all you have to do is RSVP online or by calling (408) 579-9590.

 

Learning Our Birds
Wednesday, May 8, 2019

McClellan Ranch Preserve, Cupertino
Join former homeschooling parent Ginger Langdon-Lassagne for an early-elementary science course on bird observation and identification, appropriate for ages 6-9. Students must be accompanied by an adult. This activity is free, but space is limited to 10 students (plus parents) and registration is required.
RSVP HERE!

 

Birding for Science
Wednesday, May 22, 2019

McClellan Ranch Preserve, Cupertino
Join former homeschooling parent Ginger Langdon-Lassagne for a middle school science course focused on contributing citizen science, appropriate for ages 10-14. Students must be accompanied by an adult. This activity is free, but space is limited to 12 students (plus parents) and registration is required.|
RSVP HERE!

 

Audubon Naturalist Training for High School Students
McClellan Ranch Preserve, Cupertino
We are sad to announce that due to recent transitions, we are unable to offer Audubon Naturalist Training in the summer of 2019. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and look forward to a new class of Audubon Naturalists in 2020!

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