Wisconsin is located along the Mississippi Flyway, a path used by over 300 bird species. Students explore the motivations for migration, the tools birds use to make their journeys, and why the flyway and the birds that use it are important to the health of our environment. Along with learning how we can make the journey safer for migrating birds, students meet live raptors that provide a firsthand experience highlighting the themes of this program.
A free-flight component is available for an additional fee of $50 from mid-April to mid-November.
Length: 2 hours (Field Trip) | 1 hour (Program at School)
Fee: $9 per student (Field Trip) | $325 per program (Program at School) (Free-flight component an additional $50 fee)
Minimum fee: $200 (Field Trip) | $325 (Program at School)
Number of student limit: 50 (Field Trip) | 90 (Program at School)