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Educator Resources

The Smithsonian's National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute offers resources for educators, including curriculums, programs, activities and more. 

Students in Maryland, Virginia and D.C. connect with students in Latin America through shared migratory birds.
This school outreach program provides the opportunity for middle and high school students in Virginia to conduct research on mammals using camera trap technology.
In this middle school science and technology unit, students investigate the latest bird tracking devices and explore tracking data collected by Smithsonian scientists to better understand and protect migratory birds.
Take your professional development to the wild side! Join Friends of the National Zoo's new Teacher Advisory Council.
SCBI's school programs are available in select counties in Virginia and are designed to educate students about science, conservation and environmental issues.
Learn about the wonders of migratory birds with FAQs, activities, coloring pages and more. Discover how you can help migratory birds.