Now through November 18, Indiana Audubon members can enter below for your chance to win a free live bird of prey program brought to your classroom this holiday season. You don’t have to be a teacher to enter! The winner can choose the classroom of their choice for this one of a kind live bird educational program anywhere in the state. No restrictions on classroom type, school (public, private, charter, home-school), or grade. Not only will your class win, but your entire grade can participate to learn more about the birds of prey that rule the skies over Indiana. But, you must be an Indiana Audubon member to enter! The winning classroom will be announced on Giving Tuesday. Enter to win here!
Take Flight in the Classroom Contest!
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Indiana Audubon Society believes strongly in making birding a safe and accessible activity for all people, regardless of race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, creed, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
We believe continuing efforts, discussions and action, no matter how uncomfortable at times, are needed to further ensure that birding and nature enjoyment is safe and accessible for everyone. We pledge to continue to support those that share our values and strive to make the outdoors truly accessible for everyone.