Anacostia Raptor Watch
March 14, 2016
River of Hope 2
River of Hope
March 14, 2016

Interactive Workshops

Students and an owl

Be a Field Biologist

Venture onto the Anacostia River and be part of our 22 year long urban raptor restoration effort. We need your help in our field study of Washington's three Bald Eagle nests. Participate in our research as a citizen scientist by submitting your observations right here!

Fly A Hawk

Our Raptor education team will fly our non releasable owls, hawks, eagles & falcons at your school or special event. Learn about birds of prey during an up-close-and-personal presentation with Earth Conservation Corps Master Falconer, Rodney.

Water Quality Monitoring

Earth Conservation Corps collaborates with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to provide an interactive water pollution workshop on the Anacostia river. It includes an introduction to water regulations, water sample collection and data analysis. Students use National Geographics Field Scope technology to share their data with others studying the Chesapeak Watershed and the federal database. The program offers students an intimate look into how everyday pollution affects our local environment and features simple solutions to curbing complicated pollution problems.

To get more information or book a program for your school or organization fill out the Program Interest Form.