| Mar 12, 2021
Record number of Jr. Rangers enrolled
Impromptu cleanup with the Jr. Rangers in January
This is just a brief update to share the good news that we have a record enrollment in our Jr. Ranger program this year in the Paso del Istmo wildlife corridor in southwestern Nicaragua. Over 240 children have signed up and outdoor lessons are underway each week
We would also like to let you know that we are enhancing our ocean curriculum to include invertebrates found in the coral reefs and inter-tidal zone as well as cetacea (whales and dolphins), sea turtles, and coastal wetlands.
The GlobalGiving platform is offering this project the chance to receive matching donations of up 50% for each donation up to $50. i am asking you to give to help us take advantage of this fantastic offer and to get this large cohort of Jr. Rangers off to a good start through quality curriculum and engaging activities.
Your support has already helped us to support our children with safe, environmental learning opportunities through the pandemic. Please considering donating by midnight EST on Friday March 12th to help us receive matching funding and to help our youngest nature stewards with new opportunities to interact iwth the great outdoors.
For the kids,
Birding during recent Christmas Bird Count
Women we admire activity, International Womens Day