This is way more engaging and fun than teaching them inside. I loved getting out as a high school student and leading younger kids. The Salmon Tour Teen Naturalist program was the first of many upcoming opportunities for high school students to take on a leadership role in SYRCL-led environmental education and activism.
On Friday October 25,members of the Montgomery Committee visited the nature reserve for a work day and the annual fall inspection. On Saturday Sep 28,WRN Kids topic for the day was pond life and the diversity of animals that live in the pond. Fall The Heron.
Their morning began with a hike at Cunningham Falls State Park, exploring a terrain very different from the Eastern Shore, with mountains and climbable boulders. Though the cold weather kept most wildlife hidden, the teens kept warm by skipping over rocks dotting the creek. At the festival, the Junior Naturalists learned how to tap a tree and make maple syrup.
Volunteer Hours Donate Directory. About the Program. The Kitsap Peninsula is an incredible place to learn about the waters and marine life that surround us. The Kitsap Beach Naturalist program is for people who want to discover and explore our shorelines and the sea life that call them home.
Checks should be made out to Incarnation Center. All individuals running the workshops are experts in the field, and will give you a diverse amount of information that obtains to the skill at hand. These programs are going to be offered in 3 different seasons and will run for 8 weeks in each season: Fall, Winter, Spring, and all programs can run indoors and outdoors.
The Boulder County Audubon Teen Naturalists program offers middle and high school students the opportunity to explore many facets of the natural world and their interactions. The group participates in wildlife surveys birds, bats, butterflies, etc. All our events are open to middle school students, high school students, and recent graduates and are always free.
Phone: Responsible, energetic, and patient teens who enjoy nature and have experience working with children are encouraged to apply to be a volunteer Jr Naturalist with Nature Day Camp ages Jr Naturalists commit to one training day and then two weeks of volunteering.
Waterfalls, wild blueberries, black bear warnings, and winner of the Pennsylvania River of the year! What more could you possibly ask for on a summer trip into the Pennsylvania wilderness? Earlier this month, the teens and leaders Courtney McKinley, Lauren Powell, and myself embarked on a 4-day backpacking trip through the Loyalsock State Forest in northern Pennsylvania. After stuffing our packs to a full 40 pounds each with food, supplies, and gear, we were excited to see what this week in the wild would bring us.
Leading a local community in appreciating, understanding, and protecting birds and their natural habitats. Camp Sessions. Registration and Cancellations.
Plus, you might just have fun while you're at it. The Teen Council serves as the voice for young people in our community as users and stewards. Teens provide their perspective on Three Rivers initiatives, collaborate with staff on ideas and programs to engage teens in the parks, and learn about all aspects of the Park District.