Education

Where Nature & History Meet

Winter Sparrow Workshop at Sardis Waterfowl Refuge Photo: Mitch Robinson

Education is the foundation for all of our work at Strawberry Plains Audubon Center. Spreading awareness on the importance of native plants through our nursery, teaching children about water quality with aquatic invertebrates, demonstrating proper management of native warm season grasses with prescribed fire, or sharing the wonder of songbird migration by hearing the heartbeat of a banded Ruby-throated Hummingbird; Strawberry Plains believes education is part of everything we do. Our 3,000 acre sanctuary is a demonstration site for engaging our community on proper land management to benefit birds and other wildlife for biodiversity. 

 

Field Trips
Programs & Events

Field Trips

Bring your class Where Nature & History Meet!

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Boy Scout Badges
Education

Boy Scouts

Strawberry Plains Audubon Center offers a variety of programming opportunities to help your your Boy Scout troop achieve their merit badges.

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Audubon Naturalist Program
Education

Audubon Naturalist Program

This program is designed for educators, conservation professionals, college students, outdoor enthusiasts, and everyone interested in learning more about our local ecosystems.

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Adult Hikes & Family Hikes
Education

Adult & Family Hikes

Experience first-hand the natural and cultural history that makes Strawberry Plains so unique.

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Wildlife of Strawberry Plains
Wildlife

Wildlife at Strawberry Plains

The meadows, forests, wetlands and ponds of Strawberry Plains provide diverse habitats for a growing list of species.

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Watch List Species
Watch List Birds of Strawberry Plains

Watch List Species of SPAC

Through the restoration and stewardship of our landscape, Strawberry Plains has created and enhanced habitat to provide residence for 24 Watch List species on the 3,000+ acres of land under our management.

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