K-12 educators are invited to attend “Bald Eagle Ecology for Teachers” on Jan. 13 at Duke Farms in Hillsborough. The Conserve Wildlife Foundation and Duke Farms will help you to understand the science behind New Jersey’s bald eagle population and discover the many ways eagle ecology can be used across your curriculum for STEM lessons. Eagle biologist Larissa Smith will talk about her work with this charismatic species, live birds of prey will make an appearance and an opportunity will be announced for one lucky teacher to participate in the spring eagle chick banding at Duke Farms.
The cost is $25, which includes morning coffee and lunch. The program provides six hours of professional development. Contact Samantha Wolfe at 908-243-3620 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. To register, visit dukefarms.org.