Spring deals to get your kids outside!
The Cornell Lab is hosting a wonderful three-day retreat for educators, and you’re invited! Join us July 22-24, 2015.
Birding with Kids: Choosing a Field Guide You want to help young people identify birds, and are looking for field guides. You visit the store and find a dizzying array of choices. What to do? A field guide can help a budding naturalist learn even more about her favorite topic. For many birders, a lifetime hobby […]
BirdSleuth: Science Investigator’s Kit for Homeschoolers is a curriculum created especially for homeschoolers who want to get outside to observe nature and build science skills. A ready-to-go resource, the lessons propel your child to consider the local environment through creative thinking, the scientific processes, and citizen science. With this curriculum, students participate in bird counts and submit their […]
Following the journey of three BirdSleuth teachers and they venture to the Amazon Rainforest.
It’s that special time of year. Love is in the air…and our feathered friends certainly know it!
Put the best tools for birding right in your pocket for the next time you head outside! These ten apps offer great comprehensive information on bird identification, eBird data input, observation recording, and bird sounds. With thousands of species, photos, and sounds, these apps are a must for birders on the go – explore which ones […]