School Program Policies and Pricing 

Program Policies

  • All programs have an outdoor component and run drizzle or shine. Should your program need to be cancelled due to heavy rains, high winds, snow, etc., we will do our best to reschedule.

  • We are unable to reserve rain dates.

  • Woodcock does not have a water fountain or supply bottled water. Students should bring their own water bottles which can be refilled.

  • Please no drink boxes (clear straw wrappers can be harmful to our wildlife).

  • Trash removal is your responsibility. Please bring a trash bag for your garbage and take it with you when you leave.

 

 

Important Information for Teachers and Parents

  • Attire: Students and chaperones should dress for the weather with appropriate footwear (closed-toed) for walking on trails. Layers are recommended to regulate temperature.

  • Insect Repellent: It is recommended that clothing and shoes be sprayed with an insect/tick repellent before arriving. We advise a tick check when students go home.

  • Teachers and Chaperones: Are expected to monitor student behavior during the visit. This includes modeling appropriate behavior such as staying on the trail, staying with the group, and not using personal cell phones during a program.

Program Pricing

 

Field Trips Programs to WNC

  • 1.5 Hour Program: $9 per student ($135 minimum)

  • 2 Hour Program: $12 per student ($145 minimum)

  • There is no charge for teachers or adult chaperones

 

Outreach Programs Taught at your School

  • 30 Minute Program: $7 per student ($105 minimum)

  • 45 Minute Program: $8 per student ($120 minimum)

  • 1 Hour Program: $9 per student ($120 minimum)

  • Travel fee of $25 applied to all programs 15-25 miles from WNC.

 

 

Woodcock Nature Center

56 Deer Run Road, Wilton, CT 06897

P (203) 762-7280

F (203) 834-0062

wnc@woodcocknaturecenter.org

Our mission is to connect people to the habitats, plants and animals of Southwestern CT through programs that build awareness, nurture understanding, and advance conservation. 

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