Coastal Habitats Standalone Field Trip (K-2)
Field Trip (multi-hour) Students visit and investigate the seashore or estuary to learn first-hand about zonation, the effects of erosion and weathering, proper collecting and handling techniques and adaptations of live organisms.
Allergy Note: This program features live crustaceans, mollusks, and fish.
Locations: Field Trip Field (trips may take place at Joppa Flats Education Center, on Plum Island or in Ipswich MA)
Your school or other location
Offered in Northeast Massachusetts
K, 1, 2
Program cost depends on number of students and length of program. Mass Audubon charges a flat fee per group of 15 students ("sub-group"). Maximum of 4 sub-groups of 15 students or 60 total students. Entry fees to certain field trip locations not included. Please contact us for a direct quote.