Pennsylvania Songbirds is a hands-on, interdisciplinary, K-12 resource and activity guide about Pennsylvania specific songbirds with topics ranging from “what makes a bird a bird” to interactions of people and songbirds.  Action projects complete the educational process in the guide.

 

DCNR’s, Bureau of State Parks, Audubon Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Game Commission developed Pennsylvania Songbirds. 

 

Content areas of the guide include: Bird Biology, Habitat, Observing and Identifying, Migration, Songbird Research Techniques, Birds and People, and Action.

 

Each participant will receive a Pennsylvania Songbirds curriculum guide.

 

Six (6) Act 48 hrs. available

Call 717-486-3799 or email sberg@pa.gov

 

You must pre-register for this workshop by Sept 8.

 

Location: Kings Gap EE Center, Carlisle                                                                                          

 

 

to go outside.

Bring a packed lunch.  Dress is casual but be prepared

Free for educators!

Schedules

  • Occurred Friday, September 15th, 2017 @ 8:30 am – 3:00 pm

Venue

Kings Gap Environmental Education Center

500 Kings Gap Road
Carlisle, PA 17015

Contact

Sarah Berg

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