Flying WILD is an exciting education program that introduces students to bird conservation through school bird festivals, hands-on classroom activities, and community service projects. Through a partnership with the Council for Environmental Education (the national office for Flying WILD and Project WILD) the Houston Audubon Society (HAS) is now offering Flying WILD training and materials in the Houston area. Each workshop participant will receive the program publication, Flying WILD: An Educator’s Guide to Celebrating Birds along with other teaching materials. To register please complete and return the form on the Houston Audubon website. Space is limited, so registrations will be accepted on a first-come first-serve basis. The cost is $25.
CPE Credit Hours: The typical Flying WILD workshop gives an educator 5 credit hours to go toward the 150-hour goal. In addition to the standard CPE hours, Houston Audubon’s Education Department workshops and adult classes can also go towards TEEAC credit hours.