Students break into small groups for a one-mile walk in which they will use binoculars to explore the birds and other animals that make their home in the unique wetland habitat of Neary Lagoon. By taking data on their observations and comparing them to data throughout the year (and over many years) students discuss seasonal change, migration, and human impacts. CLICK HERE to view a more detailed outline of the program, standards, and classroom resources.
Days offered: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Start time: 9:00am
Program duration: 2 hours
Cost: $0 field trip (up to 30 students per class)
Chaperones Required: 3-6
Supplemental Activities: Classroom Presentation ($25* for 1 hour); Educational Kit ($15*)
Months offered: October-May
Enrollment for Wetland Walk programs is CLOSED for the 2017-2018 school year. Enrollment for 2018-19 will open in April of 2018.
*The Classroom Presentation and Educational Kits are designed to deepen the impact of the field trip program. They are highly recommended, but not required. They include activities and resources that might enhance your lessons apart from the field trip. Educational Kit rentals are one to two weeks.
This program is sponsored in part by Whole Foods Markets.