A new program from the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service encourages children, parents and teachers to spent time together outdoors in back yards, parks, wildlife refuges and other natural settings. Let's Go Outside
offers activity ideas, articles about outings with minors, activity sheets for children and information sheets for adults.
If you live with or know children, please peruse that website. Better yet, share it with other adults, including teachers and school administrators. You could be influencing the next generation of birders and helping the birds.
Labels: children, conservation, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, wildlife refuge