Fall Classes Begin In Sabino Canyon   Leave a comment

October through April of each year for over thirty years, Sabino Canyon Volunteer Naturalists (SCVN) have offered K-6 classes science and social history programs in the canyon. Each program involves an hour of interactive content at a picnic table and an hour nature walk, each fitting into the teacher’s curriculum at the time of the field trip.

— kenne

Thursday SCVN Elementary (1 of 1)-7 blogNaturalist Phil teaching second grade students using the “Web of Life” elementary school instruction kit.

Thursday SCVN Elementary (1 of 1)-6 blog Naturalists Jeff and Alexa guiding students across one of the low-water crossing bridges in Sabino Canyon.

Thursday SCVN Elementary (1 of 1)-4 blog Naturalist Fran teaching a group of boys on a nature walk.

Thursday SCVN Elementary (1 of 1)-3 blog Naturalist Becky showing where a twig girdler beetle has cut into a Mesquite limb.

Thursday SCVN Elementary (1 of 1)-2 blogBecky explains why the twig girdler has cut the Mesquite limb. — Images by kenne

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