For Kids and Families

Kid-friendly, family-friendly activities and more.

Photo: Sybil Collins/Great Backyard Bird Count

Onsite Activities

Our trails are open! Try these activities while visiting the sanctuary for a day full of fun! 

Find and Seek!

 

If you’re really interested in “WHAT is that?”, try downloading a fun app called "SEEK." Take a photo of a plant or animal with your phone and SEEK can help you figure out what it is, and tell you a little about it! It is from our friends at iNaturalist and is a great way to get young explorers involved in nature and becoming a community scientist.

Use the trail map below to explore the sanctuary!

Great Horned Owl. Photo: Shannon Quinn/Audubon Photography Awards

Craft projects for the whole family!

Make Your Own Suet
For Kids And Families

Make Your Own Suet

With this easy vegetarian recipe, you can attract insect lovers like woodpeckers and nuthatches.

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How to Make a DIY Bird Feeder From Recycled Materials
For Kids And Families

How to Make a DIY Bird Feeder From Recycled Materials

Attract birds to your yard with a project that's fun for kids of all ages.

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Making Seed Balls to Help Birds
For Kids And Families

Making Seed Balls to Help Birds

With this simple DIY, you can spread the power of native plants far and wide.

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Camp Close to Home!

For the youth and their families who were not able to join us at one of our Audubon Centers this summer for camp, please consider donating to receive the link to our CAMP CLOSE TO HOME curriculum.

Register today!

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