We are so glad you and your students are considering a visit to the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center, the premiere nature-based science education destination of southeastern Wisconsin since 1971. Schlitz Audubon is home to many diverse habitats including ponds, prairie, forests, and our very own Great Lake Michigan. We offer high quality programming, infused with adventure and creativity, which is designed to foster a deeper understanding of the natural world. Our dedicated staff of naturalists have created these unique experiential learning programs, designed to correlate to the Next Generation Science Standards and STEM requirements. Programming is offered at the Center, as well as at your school and select Wisconsin Natural Areas. We are happy to work with you to deliver a one-time program, or partner with you throughout the year to augment your curriculum.
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(K4 – 5th Grade)
|Middle School Programs
(6th – 8th Grade)
(9th – 12th Grades)
How To Register
Please fill out this online form to give us the details about which programs you’re interested in. After we receive your form, the Registrar will be in contact soon to discuss dates, times, and answer any of your questions. If you have questions regarding our programs or the registration process, please contact the Registrar or call 414-352-2880 x224.
Through the generosity of donors, Schlitz Audubon is able to offer scholarship funding to help students have the opportunity to connect with nature. Scholarships are available to school groups that are eligible for onsite programming (buses and off-site programming are not supported). Scholarship-supported programming is limited to one program per class per season. Please contact the Registrar six weeks prior to your first preferred date of programming for more information.