2014–2015 registration for this program has closed.

All living things need a viable habitat. Students become scientists as they exercise their observational skills to collect data on how shorebirds use Crissy Field.

Through hands-on activities in the Center’s Urban Ecology Lab, students learn what makes a good habitat for birds and how human activity can have an impact on that habitat.

In the Arts Workshop, students create take-home dioramas that exemplify what birds and children need in a healthy habitat.

The best months for viewing our birds are October, November, December, and January.

2.5 hours, Grades K–1.

Contact Information

Carla Robinson
(415) 561-7755