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Educational Field Trips

Field Trips are typically 60 minutes long (not including travel time). We have binoculars for students (and chaperones!) to borrow. Transportation is the responsibility of your group.

We want to work with as many students as possible and fees allow us to bring birding into more classrooms. However, we don’t want fees to be an undue burden on anyone. If you represent a designated Title I school or if fees would prevent you from working with us, please email us at and we’ll work with you to find a path forward.

There’s no need to leave school grounds to enjoy birds. We’ll learn how to be observers of our natural world and see that any space is for the birds!

We’ll learn how to be observers of our natural world at a park or green space near you.

Location options are: Sweetwater Wetlands, The Mason Center, Ft Lowell Park, Desert Haven, The Cooper Center, or the Desert Research Learning Center. See below to learn more about what each location has to offer.

Sweetwater Wetlands (details to come)

Ft Lowell Park

Desert Haven

The Cooper Center

Desert Research Learning Center

Brandy Fenton

Mason Center

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We will work with you to put together a program that fits your needs.