For Educators

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Teachers and Educators can find many options for their students and classes at Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge.  The Refuge and the Friends of Bear River Refuge leads many programs throughout the year, including environmental education programs such as, Mountain Wilds to Wetland Wonders!  The Refuge also has a wonderful preschool program, Wetland Wings, that takes place on Wednesday mornings, as well as a large resource library for teachers and their students. To find out more about what the Refuge may have to offer you and your class, please check out our links in the upper left column.

 


 

Additional Resources:

USFWS Conservation Connect

We Connect Your Students to the Natural World. 

Conservation Connect is a middle school level web-based video series produced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

This series inspires a new generation of conservation stewards by taking students on e-fieldtrips across the country to learn more about wildlife species, conservation careers, and technology used to study and protect these wild creatures.

Our 6-8 minute episodes are available for teachers to watch with their students, and lesson plans are available in our “Educational Toolbox” tab. During the school year, your class has the opportunity to participate in Live broadcasts and ask questions to real wildlife experts.

Conservation Connect “Live” broadcasts are now available on-demand. These episodes run 30-60 minutes and have been recorded with online student audiences or with classes that have visited the NCTC studio. All “Live” episodes feature wildlife or fisheries biologists who provide insights on their career path and the species they protect.