Audubon Eco-Education field trip to MLK Regional Shoreline
The Golden Gate Audubon Society brings kids to nature and gives them an experience they will remember for a long time. On a recent trip to the MLK Regional Shoreline (part of the EBRPD) I photographed a class of third graders from Oakland eagerly studying bird identification cards, picking up trash along the shore, and planting natives in a field. The teams of kids lovingly named their plants, and one girl promised to come back to see her tree in ten years, "when I'm nineteen." I love my pro bono work, and this photo shoot gave me so much hope to see the next generation learning ways to keep our planet healthy.
Keywords: bay area kids, bay area photographer, child photography, field trip, mlk regional shoreline, oakland, oakland unified school district, photojournalism, pro bono photography, regional shoreline, school field trip, school portraits, volunteer photographer
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