Flying WILD

Get Trained in Flying WILD!

How to go WILD?

Attend a workshop! During workshops, educators will get a chance to try out a variety of Flying WILD activities. The basic materials include an activity guide for educators: Flying WILD: An Educator’s Guide to Celebrating Birds which focuses on bird education and conservation. The guide is provided after attending a 3-6 hour workshop with certified trainers. Another option is to purchase the guide directly from the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies from their ​online store.

Currently, two training partners exist in Maryland. Please contact the training partner nearest you (or check out our professional development page) to inquire about training opportunities.

The Ward Museum logo
Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art
909 South Schumaker Drive
​​​Salisbury, MD 21804
Web Page:

Jen ScullyBlack Hill Nature Programs Logo
Black Hill Nature Programs - Maryland National Capital Parks & Planning Commission
Black Hills Regional Park
20926 Lake Ridge Drive
Boyds, MD 20841
Tel: 301-528-3463
Web Page:

For additional information, please contact:

Sarah B. Witcher
MD DNR - Wildlife and Heritage Service
580 Taylor Avenue, E-1
Annapolis, Maryland 21401