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When To Open Purple Martin Houses

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Audubon Adventures: An Education School Program

Audubon AdventuresAudubon Adventures is an award-winning nature-study aid and multi-disciplinary curriculum enhancement program produced by the National Audubon Society for grades 3 through 6. The exciting environmental topics for the Audubon Adventures 2001-2002 school year are:

So Different, So Alike: The Diverse World of Mammals

They called us Cold-blooded (about snakes, turtles, and other reptiles)

Who Needs a Backbone? (about invertebrates)

The Feather Factor (about birds and all their variations). 

Each Audubon Adventures kit includes 32 color environmental newspapers per topic, a teacher's classroom resource guide complete with background information on each newspaper topic, detailed lesson plans, tips for outdoor study, research material, duplicating masters, links to relevant web sites and suggestions for hand-on activities to foster further knowledge and understanding of each topic. 

As children use the materials in this program to practice skills in reading, writing, research, observation & collecting data, they also learn fascinating facts about birds & wildlife. Audubon Adventures supports the teaching of math, geography, social studies, science & technology. No prior training in environmental sciences is required to use this program.

Become a Special Friend of Children and Nature

The success of the Audubon Adventures program is due to the generous contributions from members and friends. These gifts plus a share of the funds raised through our the sale of bird seed, calendars and other items made it possible for elementary students in many area schools to go "Adventuring" last year. Our goal is to be a part of all schools in the Tulsa area.

Know a teacher who might be interested in Audubon Adventures? Know a parent or grandparent who might want to sponsor a classroom? Perhaps you would like to be a sponsor!

Reserve your subscriptions now so they can be received at the beginning of the school year (fall 2002). The cost is $41.50, which will furnish every child in a class with his/her own newspaper subscription to Audubon Adventures. If you would like to sponsor a class in any Tulsa area school, select your own class (e.g. for your child or grandchild) or let the TAS Education Chair do it for you. Donations are tax deductible. Make your check out to Tulsa Audubon Society and send it to Tomye Mainer 11224 S. 83 E. Ave., Bixby, OK 74008. You can email Tomye or call her at 459-7582.

You can also print out this Audubon Adventures Order Form

Contributors become Tulsa Audubon's Special Friends of Children and Nature, and have the reward of knowing they are helping the next generation learn about the natural world.



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Last modified: October 10, 2017




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