EBB_Nest.jpgFamily Wildlife Series programs are open to all ages (unless otherwise noted), although information and activities are most appropriate for ages 5 and up.

Fee: $3/person or $5/family (unless otherwise noted)

Preregistration is required for Family Wildlife Series Programs. To check for space availability, you may call the Blue Jay Center for Environmental Education at 919-870-4330. To register, you will need to submit a completed registration form and payment by mail or in person.

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Nature Games
Saturday, February 14, 2–3:30 p.m.
Join Blue Jay staff for an informal session of indoor fun and games.  Try out "Animal Track Twister" or "Bird Bingo." Maybe even "Who Goes There!" to guess what animal is making that sound. Stay a little or stay a while, but mostly–come on down! The program is FREE, and preregistration is not required for this drop-by program.

Counting is for the Birds!
Monday, February 16,  10–11 a.m.
Join Blue Jay staff to hear a bird story (or two), try a fun bird activity (or three) and count how many different kinds of birds we can see from Blue Jay's front porch as part of the Great Backyard Bird Count on Monday morning. Older kids will hike "further afield" to expand our bird count numbers while the peewees and their grown-ups make bird treats to take home. This family program, for parents and children of all ages, is FREE in honor of the Great Backyard Bird Count, but preregistration is required.

Wild About Woodpeckers
Saturday, March 21, 2–3:30 p.m.
How would you like it if your tongue was so long it wrapped around the back of your skull? Or if you had to make a living by banging your head against a tree? Learn all about these hard-headed birds and make suet feeders to take home.

Duck, Duck, Goose
Friday, March 27, 2–3:30 p.m. (WCPSS traditional calendar Spring Break)
Dabblers vs. divers, bills vs. beaks–come take a "gander" at what makes waterfowl a special category of birds by comparing different kinds of birds that live in aquatic habitats. Participate in activities for learning and activities just for fun during this WCPSS traditional calendar Spring Break program for families with children ages 5 and up.