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Center COVID-19 Response

We are taking the following precautions during Phase Two of the Governor’s Reopening the Big Sky plan and in response to the directive requiring the use of face coverings in certain settings:

* We ask that participants maintain a safe (minimum 6-foot distance) from others. If you come in a small group, your group may stay together.

* Masks or a face covering are required during all indoor activities.

* Masks or a face covering are required during outdoor activities when participants are unable to maintain a 6-foot distance from each other.

* Participants under 5 years of age are not required to wear a mask, although children 2 – 4 years of age are encouraged to wear them.

* We are not allowing the public to enter the building unless you are participating in a class.

* Our outdoor bathrooms are open to the public, and we have an outdoor hand washing station available during programs.

* Please bring your own drinking water.

* All gear will be thoroughly sanitized between uses.

* Please stay home or go home if you have…

1 OF THE FOLLOWING:

– Fever of 100.4 + – Difficulty Breathing – Shortness of Breath
– New, unexplained, persistent Cough – Loss of taste or smell

OR

2 OF THE FOLLOWING:

– Headache – Body Aches – Chills
– Sore Throat – Fatigue – Congestion or Runny nose (new or unexplained)
– Nausea/vomiting – Diarrhea

OR

– Been within 6 feet of someone diagnosed with COVID-19 for 15 minutes or more

 

 

Are you registered for a class or field trip? Please read and sign our Phase 2 Reopening Program Protocols

 

Please contact us with any questions or concerns:

Montana Audubon Center in Billings: (406) 294-5099
Montana Audubon Office in Helena: (406) 443-3949

 


 

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