OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Flying WILD at TRNWR

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Discover the sights and sounds of the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge while exploring two different curricula: Flying WILD and Project Learning Tree. Participate in activities that connect habitats, learn how to engage students in nature, and learn more about the educational program at the refuge. Please be prepared to be outside, and be sure to bring your enthusiasm and questions! Curricula: Flying WILD and PLT Grade Levels: 3rd-8th 8:30 am-4:30pm Oregon Forest Literacy Program Connections: Theme 1, Concept C.7 Forests are interconnected with other terrestrial (e.g., rangeland) and aquatic (e.g., estuary) ecosystems. Themes 2, Concept B.1 Forests affect air, water and soil quality Oregon Forest Literacy Program Connections: Theme 1, Concept C.7 Forests are interconnected with other terrestrial (e.g., rangeland) and aquatic (e.g., estuary) ecosystems. Themes 2, Concept B.1 Forests affect air, water and soil quality.

Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
Tualatin, OR