Delaware-Otsego Audubon Society (DOAS)

Established in 1968 – A Chapter of the National Audubon Society since 1970

Audubon Adventures Goes Digital

FREE for one educator per school in the DOAS Operating Region (Delaware, Otsego, Western Schoharie, Eastern Chenango Counties) while funding allows.  Educators interested in receiving the Audubon Adventures materials should contact Susan O’Handley, Education Chair at 607-643-5680 or by email at .

The 2014/15 Audubon Adventures has been announced – BIRDS, BEES, and NEIGHBORHOOD BIOMES.  The complete program is digital so that copies can be printed as needed based on the needs of the classroom.  This change provides a significant savings for classroom kits and makes things extra convenient for educators.  Audubon Adventures correlates to the common core language arts and science standards and is targeted towards students in grades 3 through 5.

“BIRDS, BEES, & BIOMES” topics: Wild about Birds, Buzz about Native Bees, Birds & Other Wildlife of Our Towns & Cities, PLUS “Birds on the Move”  classroom poster on  bird migration, all for $16!!

seabirds_feathered_ocean_travelers_coverWith a Digital Plus subscription, students receive:

  • Three ready to print (at home or in school as a classroom handout) student editions with engaging science content.

  • Online student quizzes  and puzzles.

  • Kid-friendly (and fun) games and infographics

  • Windows on the Wild videos and live webcams

Teachers receive:

  • Six E-newsletters

  • “Birds on the Move” classroom wall poster

  • Topic background information, discussion starters, lesson plans for classroom and field-based activities, bibliographies, glossary, correlations to Common Core English Language Arts and Next Generation Science standards and assessment questions and answers.

  • Opportunities to participate in community service learning and citizen science projects such as Great Backyard Bird Count and Pennies for the Planet.

  • Audubon magazine subscription sent to school address

Educators interested in receiving the Audubon Adventures materials should contact Susan O’Handley, Education Chair at 607-643-5680 or by email at .

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P.O. Box 544
Oneonta, NY 13820
(607) 397-3815

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