GREAT DECEMBER PROGRAMS AT MLAC
Flying WILD Educator Workshop
Flying WILD makes it easy to educate students about conservation using birds as the vehicle. Help reconnect kids with nature and build science skills.
December 1, 2012 8:30am-3:30pm
Mitchell Lake Audubon Center
Fee: $20 (includes all materials)
To register contact:
Mandy Corso, email@example.com, (210) 628-1639
Flying WILD provides interdisciplinary activities and environmental education for educators to help students excel academically with a program that engages students in real inquiry while meeting national science standards. Flying WILD materials provide interactive, interdisciplinary, standards-based activities to help students understand the importance of migratory birds and their conservation. Educators learn how to conduct WILD lessons and participate in hands-on activities from the activity guide, which teaches basic biology, identification, ecology, and bird conservation and service learning activities.
Formal educators receive 7 CEU credits
Flying WILD is a program of the Council for Environmental Education. www.flyingwild.org
Saturday, December 1, 2012
9 am to 11 am
Great program for kids to learn about bird identification and habitat.
We'll learn how to use binoculars and take a hike to see which winter residents we can identify!
Free but RSVP is required
To RSVP: (210) 628-1639 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall Tool Workshop
Saturday, December 8, 2102
1 pm to 3 pm
The key to gardening success is having the right tool for the job - and learning how to take care of your tools year-round. As we head into winter, now is the perfect time to learn how to sharpen, clean and store your gardening tools. With the proper care your tools will last for may, many years!
$5 per person (includes sharpening of 2 SMALL tools - hand clippers, etc)
Each additional tool sharpened for $3 each
To RSVP : (210) 628-1639 or email@example.com