Seminole Audubon Society

Education Initiative


Educational Grant Opportunities
The SAS Frederick Mandel Scholarship Fund is be able to assist a few applicants with tuition, conference fees, or other related expenses that are incurred in the pursuit of conservation-related educational activities. These funds can be used by a person of any age to aid with tuition for Audubon camps, local nature camps, naturalist programs, conferences, or other conservation-related endeavors.

The SAS Frederick Mandel Scholarship Fund is be able to assist a few applicants with tuition, conference fees, or other related expenses that are incurred in the pursuit of conservation-related educational activities. These funds can be used by a person of any age to aid with tuition for Audubon camps, local nature camps, naturalist programs, conferences, or other conservation-related endeavors.

Eco Adventure Camps are available for children ages 7 to 12 through Seminole County Natural Lands Program. Info can be found at Natural Lands Eco Adventure Camps. Central Florida Zoo offers programs for ages 6 to 12 and information is available at Central Florida Zoo Summer Camp.

Click here for an SAS Grant application form. Deadline for application submissions is June 30th.


Audubon Adventures
Seminole Audubon Society sponsors Audubon Adventures curriculum for local classrooms. Audubon Adventures is Audubon's award-winning environmental education program that can be implemented in any classroom or after-school program. All it takes is an interest in exploring, learning about, and enjoying the natural world around you. There are classroom materials appropriate for Grades 3 through 5, and After School curriculum for Ages 11-14.

Audubon Adventures materials are correlated with English Language Arts and Science Education Standards, helping teachers and students alike meet their education goals. Information is available at Audubon Adventures. To request Audubon Adventures for your students, please send your request to seminoleaudubon@gmail.com.


Speakers Bureau
Looking for a speaker for your group? Seminole Audubon Society has members who can provide a presentation on various topics. Our most popular program, "How to Identify a Bird", can be customized for any age group.

For more information, or to request a speaker for your group, please call 407-977-4389 or email seminoleaudubon@gmail.com.



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