Congratulations to our final FeederWatch in the Classroom winner for this season, Elizabeth Mullee, and her students at Nut Swamp Elementary in Middletown, NJ! Elizabeth is creating an outdoor classroom for her students, and through FeederWatch, the class has developed a love for birds that inspires them to read, write and get excited about the species that visit their feeders.
Congratulations to Jill Putnam, our second winner, and her 4th grade Citizen Science Club students at Fredonia Elementary School in Fredonia, NY! Their cool use of Lab resources have been a big help to their participation in FeederWatch.
Congratulations to our first FeederWatch in the Classroom winner, Jodi Sikma and her students at Hamilton Elementary School, in Hamilton, Michigan! Jodi started the Early Bird Club for K-4 students and says she finds endless, meaningful ways to bring birds into her curriculum.
Thank you for applying for the complimentary FeederWatch membership for your school. Unfortunately, we were only able to select 50 schools. While your school was not selected, we do hope you will consider participating in the upcoming FeederWatch season. With that in mind, we want to offer you a reduced rate. Sign up for FeederWatch […]
Thanks to a generous gift from the family of FeederWatch participant John Waud, in honor of his late wife Doris Waud, 50 schools a year will be able to participate in Project FeederWatch without a participation fee. Doris, a long-time public school teacher, was actively involved in the creation of Classroom FeederWatch at the Cornell […]
Many teachers at a variety of grade levels have incorporated Project FeederWatch into their classrooms. Here are some of their stories… Guilderland, New York At a time when technology inundates our lives, it can be difficult to connect with the natural world. Jennifer Ford, a teacher at Farnsworth Middle School, has put FeederWatch to use […]