Field Days is an outdoors seasonal series hosted by our Naturalists, intended for students enrolled in 2nd-3rd grades. Winter is a season of survival – join us in discovering how plants and animals survive our frigid Wisconsin winter. We will explore the forest, pond, field, and, of course, the beach! In each habitat, we will study the various adaptations of the flora and fauna that live there and how they survive in their special space. Our studies will be based on popular school field trip programs including Winter Survival, Tracks & Traces, and Nature’s Neighborhoods with emphasis being placed on hands-on learning and each student’s individual interests and discoveries.
No two field days will be alike, so sign up for one or multiple sessions and experience the wonder of winter with our naturalists! (Please only select one session per day.)
Members: $25 | Non-members $35
A completed student profile is required for each participant prior to registration. The student profile provides us with important emergency contact and medical information, as well as an acknowledgement of our safety guidelines. The student profile only needs to be filled out once for any programming during the 2020/2021 school year.
We also encourage parents to read our Winter Programming FAQ to learn how our staff will be ensuring that kids stay warm and safe in the frigid winter weather.
A maximum of 15 students will be enrolled in each Field Days age group.