Programs

Naturalists

2018 Audubon Day Camp for Grades 1 - 2 and 3 - 4

Click Here to Begin Registration for Grades 1-4

Tuition is $290 per camper per week, unless noted.

June 25-29            - Quack, Ribbit & Hoot

Discover Animal Voices in bird songs and frog calls.

July 2, 3 & July 5, 6    - Busy as Beavers  

Be an architect and build a Beaver dam, a bird's nest and construct a boat! At the end of the week "leave no trace" and take it all down. (Tuition = $230)

July 9-13                Waterworlds

Splash into our Pomperaug River and dip in our vernal pool!

July 16-20              - Creature Powers

We'll explore some awesome animal "powers" as we transform ourselves and "become" the animals.

July 23-27              Bioblitz

Spend the week “blitzing” our 700-acre wildlife sanctuary, as we record every species that we can find!

July 30 – August 3  - Nature Detectives

Search for clues to animal evidence. What insects live in the meadow? What mammals have been on the trails?

August 6-10          - Discover Streams (and play in them too)

 Bring your boots or your water shoes, it's going to be a wet week!

August 13-17       - Things with Wings

 Study the fascinating birds, bats, and insects that live around us!

Camp Hours & Length: Most camp sessions last one week, Monday – Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. *The Twilight Investigation week offered for EcoDiscoverers runs from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. (EcoDiscoverers may participate during our Day Camp from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. during Twilight Investigations).

Camp Registration: Registration begins February 1, 2018. Camp spots will be reserved only after a completed registration packet and tuition is received (payable online, mailed, or dropped off at the Audubon Center Bent of the River office). Tuition is $290 per camper per week, unless noted. *Scholarships available.

For more information, email bentoftheriver@audubon.org or call 203-405-9113.

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