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Klamath Bird Observatory
Songbirds, Science and Schools
Age Group Served: Kindergarten through eighth grade.
Type of Program: Classroom visit followed by related outdoor field trip to Klamath Bird Observatory(KBO) bird banding station.
Subjects Addressed: Program highlights birds, nature, science inquiry and conservation. Students participate in a fun, hands on activity in the classroom that ties into the field trip where students collect data along side KBO
|Ashley Dayer, Outreach and Education Director, teaches a field component for Songbirds, Science, and Schools.|
Which Categories? Natural History Science
Seasons/Months Program is Available: End of September to the beginning of November and April through May.
Availability of Program: Program is available on a first-come first-served basis until all available field trip dates are filled (approximately 12 field trip dates for 2 classes per field trip)
Cost: Cost for classroom and field trip is $3 per student.
Geographic Area Served: Jackson County
Program Website Link: www.klamathbird.org/
Contact Information: Ashley Dayer, Education and Outreach Director, and
Annie Kilby, Youth Education Projects Lead, can be reached at (541) 282 0866 ext 3. To schedule a classroom and field trip, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Klamath Bird ObservatoryState Standards.pdf
||Songbirds, Science, and Schools lessons are aligned with Oregon Science Standards for 3rd, 5th and 8th grade benchmarks for Life Sciences and Scientific Inquiry as well as NAAEE guidelines for excellence.|
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