There were three important numbers for our first Children’s Bird Day at the Sepulveda Basin on Sunday. The first was 17. That’s how many enthusiastic children attended from Mar Vista Elementary School, City Charter, New West Charter, and Kester Magnet Elementary School. The second important number is 37. That’s
Do you like working with students K–12?Enjoy being outdoors interpreting nature?Train this fall to be an Environmental Educator!Exciting program every Tuesday from September 20 to November 15.Click here for detailed information, dates and locations.You can contact the Resources Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains at: [email protected] call us at: 818-597-8627 x103
San Fernando Valley Audubon is pleased to announce 2016-17 field trip grants for its popular Sepulveda Basin Environmental Education Program. Audubon will subsidize the full cost of the education program at the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve (SBWR) for up to 30 schools (a $430 value). The cost of transportation is
For an application click SBEEP.Application.2014-2 San Fernando Valley Audubon is pleased to announce 2014-15 field trip grants for its popular Sepulveda Basin Environmental Education Program. Audubon will subsidize the full cost of the education program at the Sepulveda Basin Wildlife Reserve (SBWR) for up to 30 schools (a $430 value).
Thanks to our very busy volunteer, Carolyn Oppenheimer, the webpage describing our Education programs has just been updated. Use the Education link on the left or click here. She also coordinates the activities of our College Student Conservation Committee. To learn more about the activities available to those of college
For the Gear-Head on Your Shopping List San Fernando Valley Audubon Society is happy to announce that we are one of this year’s beneficiaries of the Northridge REI store’s Giving Tree campaign. During the holidays, REI gives back to the local non-profits they support by collecting donations and promoting volunteer opportunities.
Here’s an announcement from Dr. Kuehn of the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology that missed the August/September issue of the Phainopepla. Please respond directly to him if you are interested. Introduction to Ornithology September 27 through the week of November 15, 2010 Taught by Dr. Linnea Hall and Mr. René
The San Fernando Valley Audubon Society has established a Bird Observatory (The San Fernando Valley Bird Observatory). Organized by biologist and master bird-bander, Mark Osokow, its purpose is to conduct research on birds in and around the San Fernando Valley. Anyone interested in becoming involved in research on birds, including
The months of April and May bring our annual Birdathon. You have probably received your pledge letter for this annual fundraiser, a sponsored birding event. The money raised covers most of our ongoing expenses and helps support our educational programs for school children, including the Sepulveda Basin Environmental Educational Program