Huge thanks to all those who contributed to this campaign. We raised $18,000 for our educational programming. While we haven’t quite reached our goal of $25,000, these funds will go a long way in supporting our important work with kids, college students and researchers. Again, heartfelt thanks to our amazing community!
PAS is all about education, which is why we want to strengthen our educational programming this fall.
Whether it’s guiding novice birders on their first walk, or offering compelling programming to experienced birders, we focus on sharing the best expertise with our members and bringing awareness to the community around us. From our Young Birders Club and Bird Science Program to the Internships and Young Researcher Grants we offer, we do all we can to promote understanding about birds, their needs and what all of us can do to help them thrive. The newest addition to our toolbox is the Motus station planned for Bear Divide which will be a powerful research tool in the advancement of understanding about migration.
All donors will be invited to the ribbon cutting celebration of the Motus station at Bear Divide.
Your $100 donation becomes 2 pairs of binoculars for our Young Birders Club & Bird Science Program
Your $1,000 donation becomes one taxidermy piece for class visits and outreach programs
Your $5,000 donation provides 2 months of Garden Ambassador programming at Washington Elementary School
Some of the other programs and projects your dollars will fund:
$500 = 1 bus for a Bird Science Program field trip [learn about this program]
$800 = 1 Bird Science Program Internship [learn about this program]
$2,500 = 1 Young Researcher grant [learn about this program]
Donations in any amount are welcome!
All donors will be invited to the ribbon cutting celebration
of the Motus station at Bear Divide.
Here’s where we’re at so far