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“Portland Audubon inspires students to love and care about nature by learning the importance of understanding and protecting native birds and wildlife as well as their habitats. Audubon hosts their programs through school break trips, classes, and camps during the summer, winter, and spring break, meaning there’s always a good time to sign up.
Because no two kids learn things the same, Audubon uses a variety of doing, seeing, touching, smelling, hearing and playing to teach about wildlife. They also plan outdoor trips to give students the chance to learn while in the field, helping to round out their learning experience. Parents love the small class sizes–one educator for every 6 students; this ensures that every student’s individual passions and interests are included in their science-experimental based adventure.
Your kids will be able to express themselves through different mediums of art including: crafts, poetry, skits, and music. Every program utilizes hands-on activities to promote important concepts about nature and our environment. These programs give students the opportunity to discover specific arts, wilderness skills and crafts that foster the growth of competent and self-reliant individuals.
If your kiddo is ready to be a wilderness explorer, then check out the PortlandAudubon.”
-from Ian, The Audubon Society of Portland
5151 NW Cornell Rd
Portland, Or 97210