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Welcome to Project Noah Nature School

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Owls Preview

  • Owl Field Guide for Kids
  • Special Owl Adaptation: Silent Flight
  • Owl Ecology
  • Owl Pellets & Owl Digestion
  • Owl Species List
  • Owl Reproduction
  • Owls of North America (5 Species)
  • Owl Conservation

Conservation Challenges

Dive deeper with interactive nature-focused learning activities

Discover Chipmunk Burrows

Build Animal Track Station

Introduce students to real-world conservation problems!

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Meet Ms. Mallory

Meet your Nature School Guide - Ms. Mallory!

Mallory Lindsay (aka Ms. Mallory) has been working with wildlife for over 15 years and is a wildlife expert on shows such as Science Channel's What on Earth, KUSI's Good Morning San Diego and Sci Q (in production). 

Her passion for storytelling and adventure has led her around the globe to film wildlife- and researchers- in areas that most would not dare to go. She filmed in a cave full of bat-eating snakes, trudged through leech-infested jungles and swam in shark-infested waters to name a few.

Mallory's mission is to ignite curiosity by encouraging children (especially young girls) to fall in love with mud, bugs, and backyard exploration!

Environmental Education

Bring exciting environmental programs to your District or State!

Districts

Districts

District Curriculum Coordinators, District Superintendents and Science/STEM Specialists

States

States

State, City and Municipality Department of Education and Science/STEM Institutions

District Contact
State Contact
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Why Nature School?

Designed for Kids

Designed for Kids

Illustrated lessons & engaging graphics designed for kids

Backyard Organisms

Backyard Organisms

Learn about backyard organisms in your local environment

Outdoor Learning

Outdoor Learning

Engage students with exciting outdoor activities

Conservation Challenges

Conservation Challenges

Introduce students to real-world conservation challenges