Observing phenology, or plant and animal life cycle events, through Nature’s Notebook citizen science program offers place-based, hands-on learning opportunities, provides a collaborative platform for site-based educators, and promotes cross-subject engagement while addressing standards of learning.
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The Arizona Master Naturalist Association (AZMN) is a statewide training and certification program designed to create a corps of volunteers educated to give back volunteer service to partnering organizations that utilize volunteers in outreach programming.
Reid Park Zoo’s mission is “to encourage commitment to the conservation of biological diversity and to provide educational and fun experiences for visitors of all ages.”
Audubon Arizona is the state office of National Audubon and is housed at the Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado Audubon Center in South Phoenix.
The Arizona Wildlife Education Network Facebook group provides a centralized location for Arizona educators just like you to network and share ideas about wildlife education.
The Cooper Center for Environmental Learning provides adventurous and hands-on learning experiences in the Sonoran Desert.
The Phoenix Zoo is home to more than 1,400 animals, including 30 species that are endangered or threatened. There is so much to be learned about the animals that live here, and we encourage you to explore!
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