Audubon Society Funds CT Program
Rogue Valley Audubon Society (RVAS) recently approved a proposal to fund items for our “Finding Home Program,” in which we go to local Title-I schools to teach outdoor education, skills, and awareness in an experiential, hands-on way for a series of 8 classes and one field trip at the end of the school year. This multi-season program has had huge successes in the past five years in increasing student knowledge and appreciation of the outdoors and all its living and nonliving systems.
RVAS is funding a tablet and speaker for use in the schoolyard, including birding apps and audio files, identification guides that the students can take home to identify their local birds, as well as an Advanced Bird Language CD set so that Coyote Trails’ instructors can continue to increase knowledge on local birds. So this year, Coyote Trails is very grateful to be able to provide more instruction based on birds, their language, habitat and interactions. Three cheers to RVAS!
Life changing experience
Kelly Daniels (right) first brought her sons Sam (left) and Ben (middle), pictured here in 2005, to a Fox Trail Adventure for what she expected to be a fun vacation. Little did she know her family’s lives would be changed forever.
Our 10th Year Reunion
Coyotes came from all over the country for a fabulous weekend. All trails of study were lived simultaneously giving students many opportunities to hone and expand their skills. Here is a photo taken of some of the attendees on the last day of the reunion.
KDRV News Feature!
See KDRV’s recent coverage of our caretaker program and the documentary 5 Women 4 Seasons.