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Nature Education Programs

We connect people to nature by providing opportunities to discover and learn about nature wherever they are in New Brunswick.

All of our programs are interactive and hands-on, whether it’s inside the classroom, outside in the schoolyard, or at a workshop in the community.

We would love to connect you with nature! See below to learn more about our programs for schools, community groups, and nature lovers.

Classroom and Group programs

We offer a variety of fun and interactive bilingual programs that are current and curriculum-connected. Each program is around 1 hour long and can also be adapted to fit most grade levels! Depending on the topic and season, we can deliver programs inside or outside.

Review our programs below to discover which program would be the best fit for your group or classroom!

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Take action to conserve the wildlife you love!

Our workshops will guide you in hands-on conservation activities to help you become an active participant in conservation efforts. Learn to create and protect habitat, take valuable observations as a Citizen Scientist, and build something to take home with you.

Workshops marked with a (B) include an option for participants to build a structure to take home.

This workshop teaches participants how (and why) to attract different wildlife to their backyard and how they can use their yard to participate in citizen science initiatives. Participants will build a structure to welcome wildlife to their backyard, such as a nesting box or bee house.

This workshop includes plant identification basics, and training on how to participate as a PlantWatch citizen scientist

This series includes hands-on workshops to build nesting boxes for one of the following birds: Tree Swallows, Woodpeckers, Bluebirds

Participants will learn the basicis of bird identification, how to use binoculars properly, and will practice their new skills with expert guidance

Participants will learn how to safely feed birds in the winter, which feeder to choose, and which foods are best to use

This workshop includes information about bats and their conservation importance. Participants build a bat house to install in their yard

This workshop includes information about bees and their conservation importance and how to identify bees. Participants build a solitary bee house to install in their yard

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