|May 4 ~ Raptor Migration and Geology on Brockway Mountain ~ Gr.3-12 Field Trips
Sign up now for a field trip with your students for this unique opportunity to observe the famous raptor migration over Brockway Mountain!
Cost: $30 per group (up to two classes or 60 students)
Join Dana Richter and other Copper Country Audubon members for a 60- minute program that will introduce students to the raptor migration and raptor identification. Students will use binoculars and a spotting scope to identify hawks, eagles and falcons flying overhead. Students will also view mounted raptors to practice their ID skills.
New this year is a 30-minute session that covers basic local geology, glacial history and the physical aspects of rock types found in the Keweenaw.
An optional guided 30-minute hike at Michigan Nature Associationís Klipfel Nature Sanctuary, located one mile east of the top of Brockway Mountain, is also available.
Indicate your interest on the form below.
See the back of this flyer for information on other nearby nature sanctuaries and hiking trails around Copper Harbor that you can take your students to visit.
For More Information and to Register Contact:
Michelle Miller, Outdoor Field Trip Coordinator
Tel: 906-487-3341 Email: email@example.com