Nature is the original video game. But with better graphics and less lag.
The Wildlife Warriors meet in room CL 230 of the Cooper Life Science Building on the Ball State campus. Club members can park in the restricted lot next to the Cooper Life Sciences building on Riverside Avenue.
Do you like to explore outdoors?
Are you curious about animals?
Would you like to make a difference to help nature?
YOU should be a Wildlife Warrior.
Sponsored by Red-tail Land Conservancy and Ball State University the Wildlife Warriors is a nature club for kids age 10-15. The club will explore nature with experts in field biology and conservation.
The first meeting is February 14 from 6:30-8:30pm. The theme will be “Surviving the winter – migrate, hibernate, or tough it out”. A parent or guardian must attend the first meeting.
The Wildlife Warriors meet on the second Wednesday of each month. Monthly topics will include searching for salamanders, birds and binoculars, archery, orienteering, insects and butterflies, fish and river ecology, and trees of our forests.
We will talk about environmental issues and kids will take part in real conservation work to impact nature in their community. Additional outdoor adventures will be planned throughout the year on weekends to provide kids more time to practice their new skills and observe wildlife outdoors.
Space is very limited for this special opportunity. Kids joining the club will be expected to commit to attending the entire year of programming. CLICK HERE TO APPLY!
Annual club membership is $65 ($35 for Red-tail members) to cover program expenses. Fees can be paid before the second meeting Scholarships are also available for those who qualify.
Contact Julie Borgmann, education and development director at Red-tail with questions, firstname.lastname@example.org.