Flying Wild Teacher Workshop at the National Aviary

Help connect kids to birds and nature while building their leadership skills. Flying WILD, a program of the Council for Environmental Education, is a service-learning tool for teachers, youth leaders, and environmental educators to engage students in hands-on learning, leadership development and conservation education. The National Aviary is the program’s official City Partner for the Pittsburgh region.

With birds as the focus, you’ll gain hands on training in this unique curriculum and be connected to the live birds and resources of the National Aviary. Directed towards middle school, the curriculum can be easily adapted for all grade levels. You’ll return to your school or organization with a copy of the award-winning curriculum guide and a draft plan for incorporating the curriculum into your classroom.

The workshop will be held on Saturday, February 18, from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm at the National Aviary. For more information, or to register for the workshop, visit the Flying Wild Teacher Workshop event page.

700 Arch Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212