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We offer several different options for teachers or non-traditional educators to get their students involved in MRBO education programs. You can bring your students to our Saline County field sites, receive an in-school presentation, or have MRBO staff conduct bird-related activities at your own outdoor event. Please call or email us with your ideas!
A bird in the hand is worth more than two in the bush....for learning!
Classes from kindergarten through high school are most welcome to visit our field stations.
Grand Pass and Van Meter field stations are open for visitation 25 April - 25 May and 25 August - 15 October.
During field trips, we can discuss material relevant to a teacher's current science curriculum.
Educators are encouraged to contact us with any ideas for custom programs.
Introducing young people to nature is the most important part of what we do.
Conservation in Missouri through research, education, and outreach
Staff| Board of Directors | Partnerships | Migration Banding | Marshbird Surveys | MAPS | Backyard Banding
Interns and Assistants| Schools | SCCC Classes | Burroughs Audubon | Cole Camp Master Naturalists | Anyone Welcome |
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Director: Dana Ripper: email@example.com
Assistant Director: Ethan Duke: firstname.lastname@example.org
MRBO Office: 660.886.8788
A 501(c)(3) Non-profit organization located in Marshall, MO