August 11 @ 9:30 am - 11:00 am MDT
Join us for a morning of wild fun! Free play in nature helps kids to develop mind, body, and soul; it gives them the space to explore, take healthy risks, and form meaningful connections with the world around them. At Bird Conservancy, we know how critical nature play opportunities are for our littlest learners so we are launching Wild Wednesdays – a program where kids can be kids. They can examine a cool bug, build with sticks and logs, play in the mud, and go wherever their curiosity and imagination take them!
The pilot phase of this program will run for the next few months. During this time, we ask that you and your child(ren) participate in a short survey to help us make Wild Wednesdays the best it can be!
Questions? Contact Sarah Doxon, Early Childhood & Family Coordinator, at [email protected]
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