The Great Egrets Project is a collaboration between scientists, managers, and teachers to track Great Egrets in near real-time via GPS trackers for the first time ever. After a successful first year, the project’s partners, led by the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, hosted a weekend-long teacher workshop. The workshop allowed researchers, Museum educators, and North Carolina’s teachers learn about Great Egrets together and develop ideas to get students more involved in the project.
With financial support from APNEP, 15 teachers attended the workshop in Columbia, NC.
CCMP action: D2.2