Are you looking for a unique gift for a youngster or a teenager? This new program connects youth to nature by generating an understanding of human impact on the needs and behaviors of birds, wildlife, and the environment.
Junior Guardians of Nature
Are you looking for a unique gift for a youngster or a teenager? Connecting them to nature and forging an understanding on how we as humans impact the needs and behaviors of birds, wildlife, and our environment.
Western Cuyahoga Audubon Society (WCAS) believes they have the answer for you. The trend in gifts today is giving experiences or adventures for the young people on your list. This gift starts in the backyard and moves into other habitats and environments.
WCAS is introducing a Junior Guardians of Nature membership just in time for the holidays.
Sessions begin Saturday, January 9, 2021 led by educators, authors, and naturalists who specialize in birds, wildlife, and the environment.
The focus will be to:
The idea works for parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles who are looking for that unique gift that will stand out and grow with the youngster or teenager. This gift can show where a youngster's interests may lie making future gifts customized for the budding naturalist, birder, or environmentalist.
Junior Guardian members will receive special pricing for the Saturday morning presentations as well as other youth oriented events, when, in the future, restrictions for gathering face to face is lifted.
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