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  • Mondays & Wednesdays | February 1st-24th | 3:30-4:30
    Join Jon and Sam as we learn about how to prepare for and survive in a wilderness setting. This class includes interactive lessons on skills such as fire building, shelter making, cooking/foraging and much more. Students will have chances to try out their new skills and put them to the test through collaborative discussion and DIY projects outside of class.

  • Mondays & Wednesdays | February 1st-24th | 3:30-4:30
    Have you ever wondered how to make a homemade bird feeder or nature stamps with nothing but sunlight as your ink? Do you want to test your plant parenting skills or design your dream house while considering the impact of water pollution at the same time?! In this interactive online course students will have the opportunity to participate in hands-on nature themed projects to get them engaged with the outdoors! Each student will be given a kit that contains all of the necessary items needed to complete the various art projects. The kits included instructions for each session to easily follow along with our instructors as you design your own personal creations.

  • Tuesdays & Thursdays | February 2nd-25th | 3:30-4:30
    All scientists work out of a lab, right? False! This class will challenge you to become a scientist using materials you most likely have in your cupboards. With your backyard as your lab, we will answer questions such as: how can you make a battery? What types of birds will visit your hand-crafted bird feeder? How many constellations can you spot and name? How quickly can rock candy form? Anyone can be a scientist and carry out their experiments anywhere!

  • Tuesdays & Thursdays | February 2nd-25th | 3:30-4:30
    In this course, join two Eagle Bluff fellows and explore the lives of birds native to Minnesota. Students will help our staff work with our education raptors, dissect owl pellets, and engage in guided observations of wild birds through a bird feeder live stream. Throughout these lessons, we will gain an exciting glimpse into the adaptations that make birds unique. Over the course of this program, students will develop an understanding of bird biology, care, and leave with a deeper connection to birds in their own backyard or park.

  • Tuesdays & Thursdays | February 2nd-25th | 3:30-4:30
    Sssssss, snap!, slither, splash. Snakes, Turtles, Crocodiles, oh my! Dive deep into each of the four orders of reptiles and discover their unique qualities while meeting one of our animal ambassadors each session. Learn about their diet, habitat, physical characteristics, adaptations, evolution, and conservation. This afterschool program blends scientific exploration with artistic expression to provide a memorable and exciting learning experience.

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    We will also be asking you to provide some supplies that are easily found around your house (such as paper, school glue, peanut butter/sunbutter. forks, paper towl tube, and mixing bowl.) A complete list will be emailed to you before the program starts.

    We want to make sure Eagle Bluff's Virtual Programs are a positive & welcoming environment for everyone. If we determine participants are not aligning with behavioral expectations, we may remove your participant from the sessions.



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