In Costa Rica and Guatemala, Educators Bring Kids Close to Birds

Watch as educators from Costa Rica and Guatemala share their experiences, learn from each other, and collaboratively contribute to ongoing research aimed at investigating the impact of the Cornell Lab’s BirdSleuth International program on youth knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors toward birds and the environment.

In nine countries from Nicaragua to Peru, Belize to Colombia, the Cornell Lab of Ornithology’s BirdSleuth International workshops encourage and equip educators in their quests to inspire kids and shape the conservationists of the future.

Your support helps the Cornell Lab’s K-12 program serve more than 1 million students each year through curricula, free downloads, interactive science kits, and hands-on educator workshops.

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