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Friday, March 6 • 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Flying Wild and Ebird for Educators– Resources to incorporate bird migration and conservation into curricula.

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Explore the resources available through Flying WILD and eBird to incorporate scientific inquiry, biology, environmental education and wildlife conservation into your lesson plans. Flying WILD is a supplementary program that offers activities and resources for educators to study birds. Flying WILD is part of Michigan Project WILD. eBird is a citizen science data base that tracks bird observations globally. eBird allows students to become scientists by making careful observations, following established protocol and collecting field observations. eBird provides critical information to the scientific community like the paper documenting the loss of 3 billion birds in North America since the 1970’s.

Speakers
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Kathleen Dougherty

Young Birders' Club Coodinator, Cornell K12 BirdSleuth Ambassador/Volunteer and Flying WILD Facilitator
Retired Education Specialist from Oakland County Parks. Board member of Oakland Audubon and serving as the volunteer coordinator for the young birders' club. Birdsleuth Education Ambassador.



Friday March 6, 2020 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Meeting Room 203

Attendees (10)