Bird Migration Activities for Students

Our partnership with well-known non-profits, including the Jack Miner Migratory Bird Sanctuary, and Tierra De Aves allows us to raise money for wildlife and wetlands conservation while educating our little ones. Through fun and engaging bird activities for students and duck activities for preschoolers and kindergarteners, we teach about the importance of protecting our feathered friends.

A male Laysan Duck in the water

But that’s not all! We also ensure that the tracking, or “banding,” of ducks and waterfowl is 100% humane, so our little learners can feel good about how we gather information. Parents and educators alike can rely on the integrity of our information. We take pride in delivering factual content with valuable insights for a unique duck education experience. 

Our goal is simple yet powerful. To eliminate any obstacles that hinder involvement in wildlife and wetlands conservation and empower all individuals to play their part.

Fun Activities for the Classroom

At 50 Ducks, we’re all about making learning fun and engaging. So, we focus on educating children about duck migration and the importance of tracking and understanding waterfowl through several interactive and creative methods.  While we didn’t create these activities, we wholeheartedly support and endorse them, as they align perfectly with our mission. A selection of these excellent government-sponsored activities, aimed at bird migration activities for students include:

  • poster contests
  • migration games
  • poetry and art contests
  • t-shirt contests
  • community garden lessons

—all tailored to promote duck education.

From duck activities for preschool, where our youngest learners can explore the fascinating world of waterfowl, to more complex projects for older students, we ensure everyone can participate and gain valuable knowledge. As students immerse themselves in these enjoyable activities, they also develop a greater awareness of the environment and the critical role of tracking ducks and geese in our ecosystem.

If you are an educator and want to use the 50 Ducks live tracker in your classroom, please email us at and we will provide you with a free membership.

Geese in flight

Track, Learn, and Conserve With 50 Ducks

Ignite your child’s curiosity and nurture their love for nature with 50 Ducks, a one-of-a-kind experience designed for hands-on learning and environmental conservation. Our service offers endless opportunities to explore, learn, protect, and empower the eco-conscious generation of tomorrow.

Remember what John James Audubon said “ A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his Father but borrowed from his children.”  Don’t miss out! Join our mailing list for live duck updates and become a cherished part of our ever-growing community.

Get Involved!

50 Ducks supports the missions of Project Wild, Flying Wild, and Growing Up Wild. To see a list of
resources prepared by these organizations please use the link below to visit their websites to learn

GA Project Wild Teacher Resource Guide: Introduction to Georgia’s Natural History

A true conservationist is a man who knows that the world is not given by his Father but borrowed from his children. John James Audubon

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