**DCVA may use photos obtained during our programs for news articles, website and other promotional items. If you prefer your child is not photographed please let us know.
DCVA Young Naturalist Program
Our monthly educational nature immersion program is geared towards children from 5-10 years old with a focus on nature exploration, cultivating curiosity, and honing observational skills. We believe providing environmental learning opportunities will contribute to the next generation of environmentalists to carry on our mission for a cleaner future for our watershed, and our Earth!
Wednesday, November 11, 2020 - 12:00pm - 12:45pm
Join us as Susan Edwards Richmond shares her book Bird Count with us! This is a story about a girl named Ava learning how to be a citizen scientist in The National Audubon Society's annual Christmas Bird Count - a sweet introduction to bird watching with simple explanations of techniques and clear descriptions of bird habitats. Grab your lunch and learn with us!
Please register by clicking here
Stay tuned - Author Brooke Smith sent us a copy of her book The Keeper of Wild Words that we will be giving away in November! Details coming soon.
Have a seat on a mossy log in our virtual forest library and click to explore our past programs:
Or find our past virtual programs on our Environmental Education page.
Aurora Dizel - Youth Education Coordinator
4 years for Creative Clubhouse LLC and Haverford Township
Recreation's Tadpoles summer camp. She was a lead
organizer of a nature-based homeschooling co-op based
out of Ridley Creek State Park, developing weekly 4-hour
educational nature immersion programs.