Education

A Nature Summer Camp Aims to Make Young Refugees and Immigrants Feel at Home in Idaho

— The two-week New Roots program introduces teens to the flora and fauna of the Rockies, and answers a question oft-asked by new arrivals: Are there lions in the Boise foothills?
Artist Dustin Feider drew this baby Black-crowned Night Heron during Golden Gate Audubon Society's 2016 chalk art flash mob. Cindy Margulis

Three Fun Ways People Are Spreading the Word on Climate Change

— These offbeat projects are raising awareness about climate-threatened birds—and getting artsy in the process.
Visitors to Pickering Creek Audubon Center's display at the 2014 Waterfowl Festival made duck footprints instead of carbon footprints. Jaime Bunting/Audubon

Audubon Educators Go From a Local Waterfowl Festival to the White House

— Pickering Creek’s work to teach kids about climate change earned a moment in the spotlight.
Daly Edmunds, regional policy coordinator for Audubon Rockies, helps a young visitor learn how to identify birds by sound. Morgan Rachel Levy

What Three Days in Denver Taught Me about Hope and Climate Change

— I joined environmental advocates who came together at the Americas Latino Eco Festival to share their stories and unite against climate change.

Bringing the Birds of Costa Rica to a Vermont Classroom

— A grade-school teacher travels to the tropics to inspire her students’ interest in birds.
Audubon Adventures

Audubon Adventures

Engaging students in grades 3 through 6 in nature study and environmental stewardship.
Audubon Camps

Audubon Camps

Spend part of your summer having fun, helping birds, and exploring the natural world.

Aullwood Nature Center and Farm Preschool

Head Start programs at Audubon's Aullwood center gives kids a taste of conservation education

Downtown Owls at Rio Salado

Imperiled Burrowing Owls bring education and citizen science to Phoenix

Tools of Engagement

A Toolkit for Engaging People in Conservation