HEY - If you're a kid, or if you have kids who like to get out into nature and learn more about how to enjoy and take care of wild birds, then the St. Louis Junior Audubon Program is for you!

St. Louis Audubon is proud to announce the re-launch of our Junior Audubon program, in cooperation with the Audubon Center at Riverlands, the Missouri Department of Conservation and the World Bird Sanctuary.

The program is free and developed for families with children in grades 2-7 (ages 7-14) with an interest in birds and nature.

The program includes:

  • The quarterly Junior Audubon e-bulletin on local bird related activities and family-friendly events.
  • A Junior Audubon pin to wear with pride.
  • Special invitations to programs and activities exclusively for Junior Auduboners and their families.
  • Support for other projects such as school projects, setting up feeding stations and nesting boxes.

Programming is underway; so, don't wait and sign up today! Families should send their contact info and the name(s) and ages of their children to stl.jr.audubon@aol.com to begin receiving the Junior Audubon e-bulletin.

Archive of Junior Audubon Bulletins:

Tale Feathers
SLAS Newsletter

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