H A N D S - O N N A T U R E E D U C A T I O N
Field Trips to Pember Museum of Natural History
include natural history education, hands-on materials and group activities. Topics include Adirondack animals, endangered species and bird adaptations; other topics to suit your needs can be arranged with Museum staff.
Field Trips to Pember Nature Preserve in Hebron
include outdoor education, nature hikes and explorations and group activities. Topics include pond life, colors in nature and general nature hikes; other topics to suit your needs can be arranged with Museum staff.
include a visit to your classroom by a Museum Educator with hands-on materials and specimens, ideas for classroom activities and lots of information on many topics in natural history, including animals and plants of the region, endangered species and much more.
Hands-on Nature Education
includes the use of one of our Museum Loan Kits in your classroom, either presented by a Museum Educator or used on your own. The Loan Kits cover twenty topics in natural history, including insects, butterflies and moths, trees and animals of the region, fossils, rocks and minerals, sea life, bird nests and eggs, birds of prey, nature detective and much more. All Loan Kits contain natural history specimens, printed materials and ideas for integrating the materials into the classroom. Many contain audio or video tapes.