Adaptations

Pembroke Students Learn about Birds in Cobscook Bay

Pembroke Students Learn about Birds in Cobscook Bay

In collaboration with Cobscook Community Learning Center and the Downeast Spring Birding Festival, Maine Outdoor School was able to provide two free programs for the 5th and 6th-graders from Pembroke Elementary School in May 2018. In an effort to get Cobscook Bay area students engaged in the diversity of birds that migrate through the area this time of year, the programs were designed to complement the Birding Festival, which people attend from around the country.

Forest Detectives in the Cold at Cave Hill School

Forest Detectives in the Cold at Cave Hill School

As the days grew longer, albeit colder and snowier, a group of “Forest Detectives” at Cave Hill School sought to learn how our outdoor neighbors survive the Maine winter during our 8-week after school series there from January through March.

Milbridge 5th and 6th-Graders Learn about Birds and Resource Availability

Milbridge 5th and 6th-Graders Learn about Birds and Resource Availability

In the overcast calm before a short snowstorm in early March, Milbridge Elementary 5th and 6th-graders joined Maine Outdoor School to consider: how can we all, nonhuman life included, meet our similar needs? To answer this question, they focused on the world of birds.