Free presentations are available to educators located in San
Jose, Milpitas, Santa Clara, Saratoga, Monte Sereno, Los Gatos, and Cupertino.
Off-site presentations are available on a limited and first-come basis. Living
Wetlands classroom presentations are offered for grade levels 5-12. Presentations are tailored
to meet the individual needs of the classroom, teacher, and subject, and can be
adjusted accordingly. The following topics are typically discussed: the importance of wildlife refuges; wetland habitats; endangered species; human impact; water conservation; and plastics in the environment. Off-site presentations last about one period (45 minutes to 1
hour) and the maximum group size is 30 students.
To schedule an off-site presentation, contact the Living Wetlands Coordinator at
408-262-5513 ext. 102.
Living Wetlands Program Application (468 KB, pdf)
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The migration is in full swing. This little brown job can be distinguished from other sparrows in the Bay Area by its dark back, spotted breast and one conspicuous spot on its breast. Look for them on the ground scratching for seeds.