Environmental Science for Schools Groups, Scout Groups, Homeschool Families, and more!
- Elements that meet state Science, Language Arts, Math & Social Studies academic content standards.
- A design that compliments both BVSD and state curriculum.
- Teachers with strong backgrounds in environmental education.
- Tracking Colorado Wildlife
Tracking Colorado Wildlife
Track Colorado’s amazing animals. Learn to identify signs that tell the story of the animals that share our woods, streams and meadows. Investigate the pelts, skulls and tracks of animals such as bears, elks and beavers.
Traveling Arthropod Zoo
The very popular Arthropod Zoo is available to visit your classroom! Meet Vinnie the Scorpion, Curly the curly hair tarantula and many more. Observe these fascinating creatures up close. For an outdoor element to this program, we will take your class to a nearby stream or pond to look for and observe aquatic macroinvertebrates.
Plants and Pollination
Explore parts of the plants and their pollinators as you learn about the life cycle of plants. Let’s discover the many ways we use plants and appreciate the importance of their pollinators.
Food Webs and Energy Transfer
Investigate how energy moves through Earth’s organisms. Join us as we explore our animal ambassadors through interactive learning stations and then create our own own artistic examples of food webs.
SnowSchool on Snowshoes
Schedule your group for a snowshoe trek through the forests of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Learn the importance of snowpack, the Continental Divide, and our local watershed by utilizing state of the art snow science equipment we will gain knowledge to protect these beautiful mountains. By investigating animal tracks we learn the stories of animals that live in a winter montane ecosystem.
Mud Lake Ecology (terrestrial and/or aquatic)
Meet at Mud Lake and explore our fascinating montane ecosystem. This program provides an outdoor classroom in which children can directly observe organisms and their relationships to each other and their environment. Hands on activities include an eco-scavenger hunt and aquatic collection/observation workshop that provides insight into the ecological health of Mud Lake.
All Wild Bear programs are aligned with district science standards
Pricing: $150 per 90-minute program.
Groups over 25: $3/student (upwards of 25)
Travel Fees: $0.50/mile if traveling to a location over 40 miles round trip.
Contact us to register today!