Flying WILD Bird Trunk

Flying WILD, a program of the Council for Environmental Education, introduces students to bird conservation through standards-based classroom activities and environmental stewardship projects. Flying WILD encourages schools to work closely with conservation organizations, community groups, and businesses involved with birds to implement school bird festivals and bird conservation projects. Flying WILD teacher workshops are offered periodically by the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife. More information about the national Flying WILD program can be found at

The Flying WILD Bird Trunk includes the Flying WILD activity guide, plus a variety of bird books, children's books, videos, computer ID programs, posters, an owl skull replica and lots, lots more! This trunk is available to borrow free of charge from the 2 locations listed below. Please contact the person listed FMI or to make arrangements for a loan. Please give at least 2 week's notice with your loan request, and plan on keeping the trunk for a maximum of 1 week. The bird trunk must be picked up and returned to and from its original location.

Maine Audubon
Attn: Linda Woodard
20 Gilsland Farm Road
Falmouth ME 04105-6009
Telephone: (207) 781-2330 ext. 212

Maine Dept. Inland Fisheries and Wildlife
Attn: Laura Craver-Rogers
41 State House Station
284 State Street
Augusta, ME 04333
Telephone: (207) 592-0752