Thursdays | December 10, January 14, and February 11
Though other Wisconsin animals may hibernate, migrate, or go dormant during the long winter months, the prolific White-Tailed Deer stays active. Students will learn how these creatures survive the treacherous winters and set out on a tracking adventure to try and lay eyes on a White-Tailed Deer.
In an ever-changing world of new technologies, “green energy” is on the forefront of technological advancements. Students will explore our LEED certified building to understand what green infrastructure Schlitz Audubon uses to lower our carbon footprint and learn about ways they can lessen their impact on the world.
Federal Junior Duck Stamp Program
How can art help nature? The Federal Duck Stamp Program is a prime example, with 98% of all federally purchased duck stamps going directly to fund waterfowl habitat conservation. This program encourages students to explore their natural world and invites them to investigate biology and wildlife management principles, while also highlighting the Junior Duck Stamp Program and its efforts to teach wetland and waterfowl conservation to youth of all ages through art and science.
*Winter programming is weather dependent and monthly subjects may vary according to weather*
A completed student profile, which includes a health history and emergency care plan, is required for each participant prior to registration. We require a new student profile annually.
A maximum of 15 students will be enrolled in the Secondary program.