Registration for 2018-2019 is now closed.
Registration for 2019-2020 will begin in August.
When you can't bring your class to us, let us bring the Nature Center to you! Science comes alive in your classroom with hands-on, interactive nature-focused programs. Students explore skulls, furs, or other biofacts, and meet some of our resident animals. These programs are offered year-round.
Discover American River life in your classroom! Students compare and contrast mammals, birds and reptiles, examine structure and function of skulls and fur, and meet live animals.
Children discover how humans and animals process information from their environments through imaginative and interactive activities, including specimens and live animals.
Students build understanding about reptiles and amphibians and their important roles in their habitats. Program includes PowerPoint presentation and up-close observation of a variety of cold-blooded creatures.
Explore what it takes for animals to survive in their habitats. Students discover unique animal structures, abilities and behaviors through interactive discussion, hands-on activities and getting up-close to live native animals.
Invite your students to become raptor experts on local birds of prey. Program includes Power Point presentation, specimens and live raptors. Students will examine unique adaptations, discuss environmental roles and find out how to protect theses winged hunters.