Exploring the Outdoors

Our Earth Day wish? That all educators have the confidence and resources to help kids learn, play, and grow outside. To make that wish come true, we’re hosting a special one-hour webinar to share some fun and easy ways to get kids outside and to explore their local habitats. Even better, we’re giving away FREE printed copies of our BirdSleuth Explorer’s Guidebook, available in English and Spanish, to educators who attend the full webinar and work with underserved audiences.

In this webinar, educators will:

  • Get advice about taking kids outside.
  • Explore activities in BirdSleuth Explorer’s Guidebook that support kids in nature exploration.
  • Discover free resources to get kids excited about being outside and participating in citizen science.
  • Share ideas for Earth Day actions.


All educators are welcomed and encouraged to attend this webinar, and access the Explorer’s Guidebook as a free download. Only educators in the United States who work with underserved audiences are eligible to receive up to 100 free copies of the BirdSleuth Explorer’s Guidebook. We will provide a short survey to all eligible educators at the end of the webinar. To receive the free copies educators must attend the whole webinar, provide the name of your school or organization, certify the underserved groups you work with, and request copies in English or Spanish.



  1.  by  Rachel Woods

    Do you have to participate live, or can I sign-up then log on later to watch a copy of the webinar? The times just don’t work for my schedule. Thanks.

    •  by  Kelly

      Hi Rachel, the webinar will be available to watch later on our youtube channel. However, printed copies of the guidebook are only available to those who participate live.

  2.  by  Cheryl Brasher

    What are the requirements for being considered “underserved?”


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