your passion for birds and
teachers and students in learning and fun!
a Flying WILD
Facilitator or Educator
a Workshop Today!
become a certified Flying WILD facilitator or
educator you will need to attend a Flying WILD
workshop. Flying WILD City Partners located
in select cities across the nation host Flying WILD training
workshops throughout the year. Participants gain experience
in hands-on activities from the activity guide that teaches
basic biology, identification and ecology, bird conservation,
and service learning activities. By attending a Flying WILD
workshop, you receive the curriculum guide to take back to
your school or organization.
here to find your nearest training partner
to attend a workshop. If you don't see a workshop scheduled
for your area, contact the closest Flying WILD City
Partner or the Flying WILD National Office at firstname.lastname@example.org
to submit a training request.
Professional Development Workshops:
your urban middle-school students excel academically with
a program that engages students in real inquiry and meets
national science standards. Provide an easy and flexible bird
education curriculum for your organization's youth program
that gets young people outside in nature.
workshop minimum length is three hours but can be four or
may be credited toward continuing professional education
requirements for the state.
WILD facilitators care about birds, the environmental literacy
of our youth and want to make a meaningful contribution to
their community. Flying WILD facilitators make it easy
for educators to teach their students about birds and their
conservation. Facilitators plan and lead educator workshops
within the geographic region of their designated
WILD City Partner.
workshop minimum length is eight hours.
experience leading environmental education programs, formal
or non-formal, is beneficial but not required.
WILD Training is for You – Find a Workshop Today!
and middle school educators: in-service and pre-service
public, charter, private, faith based school teachers, and
natural resource college students interested in service
learning, citizen science, and connecting children with
educators at science centers, museums, nature centers,
natural history, museums,parks and recreation, scouting
leaders, youth program leaders, after school program leaders,
home school parents, master naturalists, master gardeners,
retirees with a passion for birds and more.