“Get Unplugged” and Be Outside! Explore the Great Outdoors!
April 30th 10am-4:30pm
5657 Warm Springs Avenue
Activities and Event
The Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands in partnership with The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation and The Idaho Shakespeare Festival presents many outdoor activities to bring awareness to the problem of “Nature Deficit Disorder” in our youth!
Activities galore like The World Center for Birds of Prey Captive Breeding Program, “Dress Like a Bird of Prey” and an up close opportunity with a Peregrine Falcon, Idaho Bird Observatory’s Bird Banding Program, IDPR’s Boat Safety Education Simulation, Leave No Trace Activities, Trail Guidance and Interpretation with Fish and Game Rangers who interpret and protect our states wild areas, Birding with Golden Eagle Audubon’s Naturalists, Kid’s Photo Safari classes by Blue Planet Photography and more…
The Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands will kick off an 8 acre self-guided exploration area, “home to wild things” that teaches the importance of saving and stewarding open space and wild areas like The Barber Pool Conservation Area by encouraging families to get outside to uncover, discover and recover from life's noise and toys!
So please, put away all electronic devices and come play! Come Explore the Great Outdoors!
Idaho Public Health Association PO Box 6247 Boise ID 83707