Many birds depend on the others in the flock for survival. We work with our partners to create community and make our programs thrive.
The newly founded Kenneth S. Norris Center for Natural History represents the birthplace of the Bird School Project. It was during a program called Natural History Field Quarter, started by late professor Ken Norris, that we found our passion for studying and teaching about the natural world. The center acts as a resource hub for the project by providing study skins, curriculum resources, and intern support from UC Santa Cruz. It is with the help of this center that we see great potential for the expansion and success of our program. Not to mention, it feels good to work alongside dear friends in the process.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology's BirdSleuth program for K-12 students is one of the most well-known and comprehensive bird education organizations in the world! BirdSleuth K-12 creates innovative resources that build science skills while inspiring young people to connect to local habitats, explore biodiversity, and engage in citizen science projects. The Bird School Project is an official ambassador program to BirdSleuth and we could not be more grateful for their support!
Housed at the Lawrence Hall of Science at UC Berkeley, The BEETLES Project is one of the world's leading groups that trains educators in the best practices of experiential science education. We have participated in their leadership institute and use their professional learning sessions in all of our educator training courses.
Become a Partner
If you would like to partner with us, fill out the form below and one of our staff members will get back to you. If you know of an organization or business that we may be able to partner with, you can tell us about it on our main contact page.