Students explore the wetlands of Neary Lagoon and use binoculars to spot and record wildlife along a one-mile hike. By collecting data on their observations and comparing them to past data, students find patterns of seasonal change, migration, and human impacts.
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Days offered: Tuesday – Friday
Start time: 9:00 a.m.
Program duration: 2 hours
Cost: Field trip fees covered by our generous members, donors, and grants
Chaperones Required: 4-6
Supplemental Activities: Classroom Presentation ($25 for 1 hour); Educational Kit ($15/week)*
Months offered: September – May
*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.
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