By Marla Prell,
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks
Don’t miss the exciting “Project WILD” Educator Workshop, which is being offered in both Miles City and Glendive next month by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks!
Come to Miles City on Tuesday, Nov. 12 from 4-8 p.m. at Miles Community College, or go to Glendive on Wednesday, Nov. 13 from 4-8 p.m. at Makoshika State Park Visitors Center.
Join Montana WILD Education Center’s Ryan Schmaltz and other FWP staff and you can:
•Meet a live rubber boa and a salamander and learn about these animals
•Involve your students in studying the elusive swift fox
•Be a biologist and track sage grouse
•Use “Fish Math” to estimate area fish populations
•Improve student literacy in science, tech subjects
•Become a birder and a citizen scientist
•Make your own animal track
There is no cost to participate, and educators can earn four hours in continuing education credits. Take home hands-on lessons for your students and get them fired up about outdoor education!
Food and drinks will be provided.
Contact Marla Prell at 406-234-0926 or email@example.com to register for the workshop. Space is limited, so please register by Friday, Nov. 1.