Afterschool is the perfect time to get outside. At the Audubon Center, kids can climb trees, catch bugs, look for animal tracks, build forts, and learn about the natural world, all with the guidance of our experienced Teacher Naturalists. Each session includes plenty of play time and a good dash of learning about nature.
Afterschool Nature Club is a drop-off program available for K-6th graders on Wednesdays from 3:30-5:00 pm during session dates. $50/participant ($45 for Members).
Session 1: Backyard Billings (Sept. 9-30)
Session 2: Nature Detectives (Oct. 28 – Nov. 18)
Session 3: Winter Wonders (Feb. 3 – 24)
Session 4: Spring STEM (Apr. 7 – 28)
Backyard Billings: Come explore and play in the fields, forests, and water that make up the big “backyard” of the Montana Audubon Center and Norm’s Island.
Nature Detectives: Take a close look at the clues left in nature to figure out what is living at the Center. We are sure to find tracks and scat!
Winter Wonders: Winter is a great time to get outside and play! Discover the Center in a whole new way as a winter wonderland.
Spring STEM: Design and create with outdoor materials as we
look to nature for engineering ideas.
Register here for the session(s) of your choice.
Audubon Center members receive a 10% discount. Become a member today!
Inquiry-based, interdisciplinary science and nature exploration for youth ages 5 – 16. See the program descriptions, schedule, and registration information on our Homeschool Science page.
LINKS is a unique program that pairs elementary-age kids in community after-school programs with high-school volunteer mentors who have been trained in outdoor education, team-building, and mentorship skills. We accept applications from high school students to participate in either our fall or spring sessions. Email Hannah Finch at [email protected] for more information.
Looking for a unique birthday party program? Make it a fun and educational adventure at the Montana Audubon Center. We offer parties for children ages 2 and up. All of our programs are hands-on, and encourage inquiry-based learning and fun. Click here for more information.