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Community Group Programs and Outreach

Audubon offers nature discovery programs for community groups as well as environmental education resources for teachers and students.

To schedule a program by phone or for additional details contact us at or (401) 949-5454 x3014.


Learn more about Audubon nature discovery programs, below, or download the Audubon Environmental Education Program Guide. Thank you for being patient as your PDF download may take a moment to load.


Look to Audubon for scout programs related to natural history and life science topics. Ask how our educators can help fulfill your troop’s badge requirements. (Higher award projects are considered on an individual basis.)

Two-hour programs. $12/scout, $120 minimum. Three adults free, $5/extra adult. Longer programs are an additional $5/hour per scout. 

Senior Centers, Libraries, and other Community Venues

For Adults
1 hour, $160/program, $130 each additional program on the same day. $20 travel fee per day applies for sites more than 35 miles from Providence. The maximum distance Audubon will travel is 50 miles one way. 

For Children

Virtual Programs

Bring Audubon Animal Ambassadors into your library or community center!

Virtual programs are 35 - 45 minutes in length, depending on age level.

  • Participants meet a live animal every presentation.
  • Multiple programs per day can be scheduled.
  • $115/program
  • Invite Audubon into your virtual meeting space or use our Zoom account. (Programs are not taped to protect the privacy of all.)


For Educators

Audubon is committed to helping teachers and students achieve their learning goals. Click the links below to learn more about our offerings:

Audubon Habitat Resources Guide

Investigate nature in your schoolyard! Audubon has developed a comprehensive resource guide with science investigations, activities, and nature explorations that encourage outdoor learning for students in grades K – 6. Download the guide

Audubon at Home

Bring nature play and learning into your home or classroom! Featuring more than 25 nature themes, Audubon offers online animal videos, stories, crafts, fact sheets, and behind-the-scenes tours. From frogs and wetlands to owls and insects, Audubon at Home provides an abundance of free educational resources for parents and teachers of children in Pre-K – 4th grade. Explore the Audubon at Home resources →


Audubon naturalists help individuals, school and groups improve their outdoor spaces. Do you need help with gardening and landscaping for wildlife, nature trail development, or invasive species identification? Ask Audubon! $100/hour plus mileage. Learn more →