We offer field trips for K-12 and University students at three of our research stations. Students will meet our researchers and watch science-in-action while learning about our songbird, raptor, and hummingbird projects.
Our Boise River Research Station at the Diane Moore Nature Center offers year-round habitat restoration, river ecology, and custom-tailored outdoor field trips, in addition to autumn bird banding activities.
Our springtime Professional Development course, “Curlews OUTSIDE the Classroom”, invites educators to join IBO biologists in the field to gain first-hand knowledge of what it means to be a curlew on public lands. Educators will learn more about 1) Long-billed Curlew life history, 2) the current threats facing the population and 3) what studies are being conducted to learn more about this decline. Credits available through Boise State University. Contact HeatherMHayes@boisestate.edu to get notified about upcoming class sessions.
Partners in Science
We work with teachers to apply for funding through the M.J. Murdock Partners in Science program. This covers a stipend and materials for immersive summer research.
Over the years we’ve been delighted to partner with a number of teachers on research projects. We have a variety of projects available, from songbirds, to hummingbirds, to insects and plants.
Contact us about putting together an application: HeidiWare@boisestate.edu