The Montezuma Audubon Center is now scheduling educational field trips for this spring, offering a diverse range of programs aimed at connecting students with nature. Programs cater to different age groups, from pre-kindergarten to biology students, ensuring an enriching experience for all participants.
Montezuma specializes in guiding students through wetlands to foster environmental conservation awareness. Each trip costs $15 per student, with free admission for accompanying adults. The duration of these interactive programs is two hours. An exciting opportunity for schools is the potential for a fully reimbursed field trip through the Connect Kids to Parks grant offered by NYS Parks.
Montezuma’s program offerings range from “Nature Detectives” for younger children to “Montezuma’s Living Environment” for older students. Additionally, there are conservation volunteer opportunities for hands-on experience in habitat restoration. Schools interested in this unique learning experience can email [email protected] or call (315) 365-3588 to start the reservation process.
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