Apply by Oct. 3 for a chance to receive a $2,000 BirdSleuth Garden Grant.
Take our course, wherever you are! Introducing Integrating Inquiry for Educators: Developing Student Science Practices. This self-paced, online course is designed to ignite your excitement for outdoor inquiry, while providing background and resources that will help you engage students in local science investigations and citizen science. Just because the course is completed on your own time doesn’t mean it isn’t […]
Join us in the Amazon! We are planning a special trip for July 9-18, 2017 in Peru, with a special focus on BirdSleuth educational approaches and rainforest birds! We will visit Explorama’s Napo Lodge, the amazing Amazon Conservatory for Tropical Studies (ACTS) Field Station, and spend a night rejuvenating at a riverside resort on this 10-day Amazon expedition. In […]
Taking the time to pause and look at nature is a first step toward learning about and connecting to the natural world. Binoculars not only help us zoom in on birds, but they allow us to focus our attention on the birds we are trying to observe. We are excited to announce that our sponsors at Celestron® optics […]
Through March, we’re seeking Ambassadors who train teachers; you’ll get free feeders and resources for each teacher you train!
Follow the footsteps of successful teachers as they share their advice for ensuring a successful garden.
We are excited to announce the availability of a summer position on our team. Are you an experienced educator who’s interested in BirdSleuth’s mission? We encourage you to apply! Teacher-in-Residence, BirdSleuth K-12 Cornell Lab of Ornithology The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is a world leader in the study, appreciation, and conservation of birds. We are dedicated […]
See the perspective of Middle School teacher Katy Cachiotis with her garden to table program.