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Flycatcher Trail Outdoor Classroom & Demonstration Garden
at Jenks High School

404 E. F. St., Jenks OK (north of stadium) Click here for map
The garden is open to the public
 

Flycatcher Trail is a collaborative effort between Jenks Public Schools and Tulsa Audubon Society

 


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Flycatcher Trail is supported by the community.
Please click here to learn about sponsorship levels and recognitions and make a donation.


Flycatcher Trail Living Classroom and Demonstration Garden is designed to serve as a model of a "backyard bird friendly space" and idea center for members of our community.

We use the space as a demonstration garden to help the community learn about and see transferable backyard bird friendly concepts that they can use in their own backyards. The garden is a model of a wildlife habitat for all types of wildlife by providing food, shelter/cover, water and a place to raise young.

The space is also used by Jenks High School to engage students in outdoor learning experiences, across many different disciplines, including Biology, Environmental Science, Ornithology, Horticulture, Oklahoma History, Art and more!


The garden is designed to engage students in outdoor learning experiences.
 

 

 

Come walk the trail and sit on a rock or log to watch wildlife enjoying this garden!

 

The majority of plants are native. Jenks High School students are growing and planting more native plants

 

 

The Larval Garden features several types of milkweed for the Monarch Butterflies/

 

 

Flycatcher Trail has been certified as an "Oklahoma Wildscapes Garden", a "National Wildlife Federation Bird Friendly Habits" and is an official MonarchWatch "Monarch Way Station".

 


Location Map

 

 


We initially developed Flycatcher Trail with a grant from the Audubon/Toyota TogetherGreen program, and with very significant donations of labor and materials from many local companies and contractors.

  

   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Last modified: March 15, 2017

 

 

 

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