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Flying WILD provides opportunities for partnerships whether you are a non-profit organization, university, or even a municipality. With over 30 years of experience as a leader in the field of environmental education, CEE works hard to ensure that funding dollars are leveraged efficiently to support development and expansion of quality wildlife education programs and materials.

New sponsors and interested parties are encouraged to contact Sarah Livesay by sending an email to s.livesay@comcast.net.

   
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1.  Participation in a nationally recognized, educationally sound, and scientifically solid education program that will directly support bird conservation efforts

  • An opportunity to expand your education program's offerings by participating in a well regarded national program that fits with your mission
  • The Flying WILD Educators’ Guide that you can purchase as the heart of your program efforts.  The Guide contains 43 activities and a wealth of resources and information that will help you easily implement the program
  • A leadership role in your community as you deliver the innovative and fun Flying WILD program to local educators
  • The ability to grow a major program without extensive staff input as the facilitators you train independently conduct additional training as part of your program.

2.  A chance to interact and share information with your peers in the education community

  • Membership in the Bird Education Network and opportunities to share information on the Bird Education Network Listserv
  • Membership and participation in the Flying WILD City Partner Network dedicated listserv
  • An invitation and travel stipends (providing grant funding) to attend National Flying WILD meetings

3.  Ongoing support for your Flying WILD education efforts

  • A Partner Notebook that provides background, resources, and techniques
  • Attractive posters and brochures that you can purchase to help publicize Flying WILD training
  • Publicity for your program through the various Flying WILD listservs and newsletter
  • Participation in research and evaluation opportunities as part of CEE program evaluation efforts     
  • Email support from CEE/Flying WILD staff on questions and problem areas
  • Training for partner staff by CEE/Flying WILD trainers on how to conduct FW workshops and organize the overall program.
  • Support for your fundraising efforts in the form of letters of support, facts and figures on the national program, etc.
     
     
   
     
     
   
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