Providing for the Education Community

New Jersey Audubon provides expertise, resources and support for public, charter and private schools, homeschools, scout groups and other organizations serving youth. 

Whether you are a pre-school teacher looking for a field trip for your 4-year olds, an elementary school teacher asking for information about using a school yard habitat for curriculum, a middle school administrator looking for professional development on ecosystems and sustainability education, a scout leader needing guidance on a merit badge, a high school eco-club teacher looking for somewhere to do a service learning project or a college professor looking for a speaker on environmental education in the 21st Century classroom...

Tell us what you need and leave it to our professional staff
to craft the best educational experiences for 
you and your students.

Field Trips and Programs

Each center and programming site has its own suite of programs for:

School Field Trips
School Outreach Programs
After School Programs 
Scout and Youth Programs
Homeschool Programs

Professional Development

Professional development meets the needs of school districts, scout councils, afterschool providers and other education groups. 

      Eco-Schools USA


      New Jersey Audubon is the statewide coordinator for National Wildlife Federation's
      Eco-Schools USA.

      Resources & Curricula

      New Jersey Audubon's curricula support learning about habitats, watersheds, urban environments and bird migration. 

        US Dept of ED Green Ribbon Schools


        Reduce environmental impact and costs, improve the health and wellness, and incorporate environmental and sustainability education into curriculum

        For additional information, call, write or email
         NJA Department of Education
         Center for Research and Education, 600 Route 47 North, Cape May Court House, NJ  08210
          (609) 400-3852