Our award-winning Nature of Learning program consists of hands-on activities relating to ecology, scientific observation, resource management, and citizenship. Students learn about the importance of soil and wetlands for people and wildlife; sample insects from the ponds to determine the health of each water body; use various scientific methods to determine how different types of pollution affect river systems, ponds, lakes, and bays; and learn about the animals and plants living at Mitchell Lake Audubon Center.
$6.50 per student
Wet & Wild: Wetland Researchers
Wetlands are very important for south Texas plants and animals, as well as humans. Using the scientific method students help Audubon Educators check the health of local wetlands by investigating its inhabitants and water quality.
Earth & Sky: Eco-Investigators
Students explore how the weather and climate are affected by the rotation of the earth and the planet’s revolution around the sun. In turn, this creates and changes south Texas rocks, soils and habitats.
Amazing Avian Adaptations: Bird Friends Forever
Be a bird’s best friend by learning about their amazing adaptations, surveying birds and learning about their various habitats, and discuss their conservation in your community.
Customize Your Program
All programs can be customized to align with students’ learning goals and grade level, from Pre-K to 12th grade!
Contact us at 210-628-1639 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Request a Program
To schedule a program, please fill out our Academic Program Request Form.