Spring Break Activities

Happy spring!

We may not be able to meet in person right now but you can bring nature to your home or backyard with our activity kits, sheets and videos. Cataraqui Conservation's education team has put together some great activities for you and your family - learn about birds, make a bird feeder, create a sit spot, go on an eyes only scavenger hunt, visit one of our conservation areas and more!

Check out the activities below.
Activity Kits, Sheets & Videos

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Pinecone Birdfeeder Kit

Attract birds to your backyard. Available for curbside pick-up at Little Cataraqui Creek Conservation Area


Scavenger Hunt

Head out to your backyard, local park, or Conservation Area and take part in a fun eyes only scavenger hunt. How many will you see?


Nature time with Pine: Frogs, Frogs, Frogs

Join Stana Luxford Oddie (aka Pine) and learn about frog calls as she visits the wetlands of Little Cat.

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Nature ID Bingo

Head outside and and challenge your family to a game of bingo! How many nature items will you find? Good Luck!


BirdSleuth Guidebook

Check out this great explorer guidebook from Cornell Lab of Ornithology. Become a expert bird observer. Ages K-12


Nature time with Pine: Ephemeral Art

Leave an art creation for mother nature. Learn how to create art from pinecones, sticks & more.

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Nature time with Pine: Wetlands

Why are wetlands important? Join Stana (aka Pine) and learn about the amazing role wetlands play in our watershed.

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Nature time with Pine: Orange peel feeder

Learn how to make a bird feeder from an orange peel. Pine will also share the concept and benefits of mindful eating.

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Pollinators at Home

Learn all about pollinators and why they are important with a fun worksheet from our friends at Toronto and Region Conservation Authority.


Nature time with Pine: Hanging your feeder

Orange peel feeder part 2, hang your feeder and see who comes to visit.

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