Take a walk around our 0.1 mile sidewalk loop and see how many wildlife tracks and leaves you can identify!
#10-white-tailed deer tracks
#2-Redbud leaves and seed pods
Planting and growing vegetables in our raised beds.
We collected Black Swallowtail caterpillars to pupate into butterflies
(Above) A restored 1940's Aermotor windmill, an example of an alternative energy source, pumps water into the pond. The sunflowers seen in the foreground attract bees to the butterlfy and pollinator garden.
(Above) A Newkirk Pre-Kindergarten class helps spot the fish in our pond.
Come and see our
Kay Co Eco Trail Outdoor Classroom!
(located adjacent to the Farm Service Center, 5501 N Pleasant View Ave, Newkirk, Oklahoma)
The classroom was created with an Oklahoma Department of Tourism Recreational Trails Grant, a US Fish and Wildlife Grant, and many generous donations. The classroom gives students of all ages the chance to observe, classify, measure, analyze, and interpret facts about the earth's natural resources; water, air, plants, animals and soil.
See more photos of our classroom on the Photo Gallery Page!
4th Graders act out the parts of a flower
and show how pollination happens.
Kay County Conservation District
5501 N Pleasant View Ave
Newkirk, OK 74647