Nature in Your Neighborhood Field Trips provide K—8 students with hands-on nature and ecology lessons that support classroom curriculum and align with Arizona state science standards. Each field trip includes interactive, STEM-based stations, focusing on 2-3 these topics:
- Birds of Arizona
- Mammals of Arizona
- Plants for Birds
- Water Quality
Program fee: $5 per student, $3 per chaperone, teachers are free.
Title 1 discount fee: $3 per student, $2 per chaperone, teachers are free.
Limited Scholarships Available
Field trip scheduling availability: January—April and September—December | Tuesdays—Fridays | 9 a.m.—12 p.m. (times are flexible)
For more info contact Emily Martell at 602-468-6470 x125.
Special Fall Offer – Receive a FREE in-classroom presentation with every booked Nature in Your Neighborhood field trip!
In-class presentations allow US to come to YOU with our interactive and standards-aligned programs focusing on native birds and conservation issues. These presentations will properly prepare your students for their field trip experience while introducing them to unique native birds AND increasing valuable lesson retention!
Urban Hummingbird Program
Students learn fascinating facts about Arizona’s smallest birds during a one-hour, interactive presentation with natural hummingbird artifacts. Your class will discover simple ways they can help hummingbirds in their community and how to participate in vital community science work!
Urban Hummingbird Program fee: $100 (FREE with a booked field trip!)
To book your 1-hour presentation: contact Emily Martell at 602-468-6470 x125.
Downtown Owls Program
Students are introduced to the unique world of Burrowing Owls during this one-hour presentation that incorporates important problem-solving skills. Students will work in teams to solve conservation issues related to these wonderful raptors!
Downtown Owls Program fee: $100 (FREE with a booked field trip!)
To book your 1-hour presentation: contact Cathy Wise at 602-468-6470 x109.
Want to learn more about what you can do to help hummingbirds and other pollinators? Check out our Native Plants for Native Birds page!