Programs for Groups at Stony Brook
Stony Brook offers a variety of fun and educational nature-based programs for garden clubs, senior centers, scout troops, and more.
Mass Audubon teacher naturalists lead illustrated talks and guided nature walks for adult groups that will immerse your audience in the natural world of Massachusetts. Programs can come to you, bringing the experience right to your group or at a Metro South wildlife sanctuary. Learn about plants, wildlife and more from an expert naturalist with one of our group programs today.
Topics include but are not limited to:
- Secret Life of Birds
- State of Massachusetts Wildlife
- Birds of Prey
- Maple Sugaring
- Monarch Butterflies
- Birding Essentials
- Animal Tracking and Signs
How to Book
To inquire about booking a program, complete the booking request form.
The programs offered at Stony Brook allow Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts to work together to gain an appreciation for the natural world. We offer different programs designed to help your Scouts meet their badge requirements as well as earn their Eagle or Gold Award. Self-guided hikes can also be arranged. Programs are offered after school or on weekends. Ask us about opportunities