2023 Audubon Summer Day Camp
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June 26 - 30 — Treasure Hunters
Join the hunt and use maps and clues to find rare creatures and hidden treasures. Explore living things in their habitats and uncover the mystery of tracks and traces our wildlife leaves for us to discover.
July 1 - 7 — Child vs. Wild
Find out how to survive in the great outdoors! The session includes an overnight on Thursday.
July 10 - 14 — Just Add Water
Spend the morning exploring our aquatic habitats, then cool off in the afternoon by creating and playing water games.
July 17 - 21 — Wild Jobs Week
Spend the week getting your hands dirty and learning what it takes to have a wild job! Campers will spend the week learning from field professionals as they are introduced to many different types of environmental jobs
July 24 - 28 — Hogwarts @ Audubon
Suitable even for muggles, this camp will connect campers to the natural world with a literary twist
July 31 - August 5 — Icky-Ology
Icky-ology is the study of gross, disgusting things. Well, not really, but we’ll be exploring plenty of things that make us say, “ick” during this fun week of camp. Are snakes really slimy? Do bats really get stuck in people’s hair? What exactly is Bee barf? Find out the answers to these questions and so much more!
August 7 - 11 — Survival Village
Each day you will slip into the wilderness of BOTR to live in a life-sized village built by your own hands. You will use your imagination and the skills you learn to work as a community. The days will be spent building forts, forging rivers, and seeking adventure as you solve challenges and learn to survive by relying on each other.
August 14 - 18 — Twilight Explorers
*4 to 9 p.m.* Some animals are most active when the sun goes down. Venture into the twilight with us to meet bats, owls, and beavers!
EcoDiscoverers Camp Information
Tuition for EcoDiscoverers camp sessions is $350 per camper per week.
EcoDiscoverers Camp Hours & Length: Camp sessions last one week, Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. With the exception of The Twilight Explorers week, which runs Monday - Friday from 4 to 9 p.m.
Camp Registration: Registration opens February 1, 2023. Camp spots will be reserved only after registration is completed and tuition is received.
For more camp information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 203-405-9113.
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