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Lorrimer Nature Sanctuary
Kirsten has 10+ years of environmental education experience in New Jersey, with two years of formal education mixed in. Kirsten is an avid outdoors-woman who is often found hiking, paddling, climbing trees, following fireflies and sharing her passions with friends and family. She looks forward to inspiring environmental awareness and a conservation ethic among others.
Diversity within a Deer Exclosure
Early Spring Blooms
Get Outside! (A Virtual Tour at Lorrimer Sanctuary)
Anne earned her B.S. at Cook College, Rutgers University in Natural Resources Management and Applied Ecology. She has dedicated her life to teaching people of all ages to appreciate nature. Since 1987, Anne has taught environmental education in New Jersey with a wide range of topics varying from wildlife habitats to wilderness survival.
Critter Talk with Miss Anne: Monarch Butterflies
Critter Talk with Miss Anne: Raccoons
Critter Talk with Miss Anne: Groundhogs
Critter Talk with Miss Anne: Pileated Woodpeckers
Beavers at the Plainsboro Preserve
Rolling Log Craft
Grass Seed Dispersal
Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary
Stephanie holds a B.S. in Forest Biology with minors in Botany and Entomology from S.U.N.Y. College of Environmental Science and Forestry. She has been with NJ Audubon since 2010, and in environmental education since 2001. As Program Director she oversees, plans, develops, and conducts program for all ages. Her favorite is sharing the wonders of nature with everyone.
Drawing A Feather
Dorothy is a retired high school science teacher with a Masters in Biology from Brooklyn College. She has been with New Jersey Audubon since 2006 as a teacher/naturalist. Her favorite nature topics are birds, fungi, lichens, wildflowers and dragonflies…and she loves to share that love with others. Dorothy received the Gary Lincoff Award for Contributions to Amateur Mycology in 2016 from the North American Mycological Association.
What’s in Bloom – Wild Columbine
What’s In Bloom – Common Blue Violet
Tufted Titmouse Drawing
What’s in Bloom – Spring Beauty
What’s in Bloom – Bloodroot
What’s in Bloom – Trout Lily
What’s in Bloom on the trail…..
Lichen and Birds
Nature Center of Cape May
Also known as “Mr. B”, Brendan coordinates and runs the educational programming, from children’s summer nature camps to adult classes. When Mr. B is not coming up with fun, unique ways to enjoy nature, he can be found making art, specializing in ephemeral eco-art and projects inspired by the natural world!
Make a Snake Planter out of old tires
Brendan’s Magical Garden
House Sparrow Drawing
Bird feeder from a pine cone
Make a Nature Notebook
Kristin T. Hock
Habitat Outreach Coordinator
A Rainy Day at Scudder Preserve
How to Create a Certified Wildlife Habitat®
All Things Birds Program Director
Assistant Director, Eco-Travel
Scott Barnes talks about birding
Scott Barnes birding
Urban Education and Outreach
She holds a B.S. in Environmental Policy with minors in Meteorology and Human Ecology and a Master of City and Regional Planning from Rutgers University. Kelly also holds NJ Teaching Certification in K-12 Earth Science. Kelly sits on the Board of Trustees of the ECO Charter School, Camden and is the Board Secretary for the Alliance for New Jersey Environmental Education.
Tapping Nature’s Nutrients
Tapping Nature’s Nutrients – Part 2
Water Chemistry Field Trip
Living or Non-Living
Emily is part of NJ Audubon’s statewide education team, providing environmental education to folks of all ages and backgrounds with a focus on the Eco-Schools program. She has a B.A. in Conservation Biology and a M.Ed. in Environmental Education. She loves to be active outdoors, always on the lookout for birds, bugs and hidden treasures. Emily is also a certified yoga teacher
Neighborhood Birds: Carolina Chickadee
Neighborhood Birds: Northern Cardinal
Windows on the World
DIY Rain Gauge
Get A Sense Of Your Soil
Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Sampling