Latin: Megaceryle alcyon
A commitment to education is at the heart of the Audubon tradition. By inspiring more people in more places to value and protect the natural world, we are laying the foundation for future conservation.
Audubon Arkansas has been educating Arkansans about their natural state since its inception in 2000. We now educate K-12 students, families, and adults at the Little Rock Audubon Center, in classrooms, and at a number of natural sites throughout the state. Learn more about out field trips, classroom programs, and the cooperative environmental education work we do with our great conservation partners.
Our center's 400-acres serve as a field trip site and outdoor learning lab for central Arkansas K-12 students.
Education for K-12 students and the public on one of Arkansas's last remaining tracts of blackland prairie.
Our center hosts a community after-school and summer program administered by Pulaski County Youth Services.
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