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For Educators

The refuge offers free, interactive classroom programs to educators.

Kofa National Wildlife Refuge provides unique experiences for children in Yuma County to learn about wildlife and the Sonoran Desert.  


Travel Trunks 

Teachers can check out travel trunks from the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge headquarters in Yuma. Travel trunks contain a Powerpoint presentation, supplemental information, activities, and all necessary materials. Each travel trunk supports the Arizona Science Standards. Topics include animal diets (herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores), bird adaptations, desert plant and animal adaptations, and litter, recycling, and wildlife. 


Classroom Programs  

Can’t visit Kofa National Wildlife Refuge for a field trip? Bring a National Wildlife Refuge to your classroomRefuge staff and volunteers may be able to present an environmental education program at Yuma County schools depending on availability. Check with the refuges about the possibility of developing a talk on a specific topic. All programs are interactive.  


All environmental education resources and opportunities are free! For information about availability and scheduling, contact the refuge. 

Last Updated: Sep 23, 2013
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