Entrumpelung

Leading a local community in appreciating, understanding, and protecting birds and their natural habitats.


 

REGISTRATIONS FOR SUMMER 2019 BEGAN FEBRUARY 1st!

     

  Camp Sessions

  Registration and Cancellations

  Extended Care

  Junior Naturalist Program

  FAQs & Downloads

 

"High quality staff, well developed curriculum, field trips, and great location." - Camp parent

 "I liked the hikes...because we got to see a lot of things and we got to learn about everything we saw."  – Karla, Nature Camper

We offer a variety of sessions for every age:

Fledglings Sessions - (for students aged 4-5 or entering PreK and K in fall 2019): Explore nature through use of the senses, learn observation skills, and develop teamwork skills through hands-on nature exploration, games, and art. (AM and All Day sessions available, see below for pricing)

Albatross Sessions - (for students entering grades 1-3 in fall 2019): Learn about nature through hands-on activities, exploration, games, crafts, and bi-weekly field trips to local natural areas. ($270 members/$290 non-members)

Blackbird Sessions - (for students entering grades 4-6 in fall 2019): Investigate the birds, wildlife, and ecology of the Pacific Northwest through fun, hands-on scientific experiments, cooperative games, team-building activities, art projects, and  bi-weekly field trips. ($270 members/$290 non-members)

Crossbill Sessions - (for students entering grades 7-9 in fall 2019): Focuses on the basics of bird watching including proper use of optics, bird identification skills, bird habitats and more through field trips, guest speakers and other activities. Campers have the opportunity to continue friendships and interests created in Young Birders Day Camp by joining the year-round Young Birders community with Seattle Audubon! ($285 members/$305 non-members)

Junior Naturalist Program (for teens entering grades 10-12 in fall 2019): A perfect opportunity for nature-loving teens to earn service learning hours while building leadership and teaching skills. Select paid internships also available.

Our program strives to meet the needs of all participants. Please contact Hanae Bettencourt, Associate Education Manager, at 206-523-8243 x108 to discuss accommodations or supports. 

 

CAMP SCHEDULES

Please note: All sessions noted below as full may have some slots available for scholarship recipients. Download a scholarship application here

SUMMER 2019 SCHEDULE Magnuson Park: click here for West Seattle camp schedule

Fledglings Sessions for children entering Pre-K and Kindergarten in the fall

Beautiful Bugs 1F: 6/24-6/28 This session is full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.

$130 Members/$150 Non-members (AM only, 9 a.m. - Noon)

$240 Members/$260 Non-members (ALL Day, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.)

Whether they have six legs, eight legs, or no legs at all, bugs and other small squirmy organisms are all around us and can do the coolest things. Come learn about how bugs and other macroinvertebrates make the world go ‘round.

The Wonderful World of Water 2F: 7/1-7/5 This session is full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.

$105 Members/$125 Non-members (AM only, 9 a.m. - Noon)

$195 Members/$215 Non-members (ALL Day, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.)

You can play with it, you can drink it, and you can learn from it! Join us as we explore all the fun things you can do with water and learn about how important water is in nature. We will look for things that live in water, learn about the water cycle, play games with water, and more! (2F is a 4-day week due to the 4th of July holiday.)

Little Bird, Little Bird 3F: 7/8-7/12 This session is full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.

$130 Members/$150 Non-members (AM only, 9 a.m. - Noon)

$240 Members/$260 Non-members (ALL Day, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.)

Come explore Seattle Audubon's specialty: Birds! We will learn about the local birds that call Seattle home, examine real bird specimens, and learn about how birds are different from other animals. Of course, we'll spend plenty of time outside hanging out with birds as well!

Animal Charades 4F: 7/15-7/19 This session is full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.

$130 Members/$150 Non-members (AM only, 9 a.m. - Noon)

$240 Members/$260 Non-members (ALL Day, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.)

Preschoolers and kindergarteners are the masters of self expression. We'll explore the world of animals through song, dance, art, drama and more! Each day will focus on a different animal and there will be a performance at the end of the week for everyone to enjoy!

Sprouts out 'Sploring 5F: 7/22-7/26 This session is full. Follow the registraion link to join the wait list.

$130 Members/$150 Non-members (AM only, 9 a.m. - Noon)

$240 Members/$260 Non-members (ALL Day, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.)

There is so much to learn from being outside. We’ll explore everything from the tiniest seed, to the biggest trees in this camp all about plants. We’ll germinate our own seeds, learn the different parts of a plant, and learn how different animals use plants every day!

Garden Adventures 9F: 8/19-8/23 This session is full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.

$130 Members/$150 Non-members (AM only, 9 a.m. - Noon)

$240 Members/$260 Non-members (ALL Day, 9 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.)

Come test out your green thumb in the garden! We'll practice some important gardening skills, understand what a garden needs to thrive, and plant some of our own plants. We'll also learn about how gardens help other animals and even do some cooking!

 

Albatross Sessions  for children entering grades 1-3 in the fall

Invertebrate Investigators 1A: 6/24-6/28, or 9A: 8/19-8/23 (Session 9A is full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.)

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Whether they have six legs, eight legs, or no legs at all, bugs and other small squirmy organisms are all around us and can do the coolest things. Come learn about how bugs and other macroinvertebrates make the world go ‘round.

Let's Sea Ocean Life 2A*: 7/1-7/5 (no 7/4) (All sessions are full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.), 4A: 7/15-7/19 or 8A: 8/12-8/16

$270 Members/$290 Non-members (*$220 Members/$240 Non-members)

What will you find beneath the waves of the Puget Sound? Discover treasures in tide pools, observe marine wildlife, and become an undersea expert! *(4-day week due to 4th of July holiday) Note: Nature Camp's Ocean week is scheduled to fall during the dates with the lowest tides during the summer. *2A is a 4-day week due to the 4th of July holiday

Webbed, Winged, Wild 3A: 7/8-7/12, or 7A: 8/5-8/9 (Both sessions are full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.)

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Seattle Audubon for what we do best: BIRDS! Learn about the many species of birds that call Seattle home and the cool adaptations they have that make them special. Campers will go birding in local bird hotspots, examine real bird specimens, and learn about the mechanics of bird flight. 

Woodland Wanderers 5A: 7/22-7/26, or 10A: 8/26-8/30 Both sessions are full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Come explore the fascinating forests of the Pacific Northwest! Explore the biodiversity of plants and animals, and wonder at the inter-relationships that they share. Perhaps you'll get certified as a Forest Habitat Detective!

Dragonflies, Ducks, Dip Nets, Oh My! 6A: 7/29-8/2 This session is full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Ponds, marshes, bogs, lakes, streams, rivers... wetlands are all around us! Explore the watersheds that are home to birds, fish, frogs, bugs, and other cool critters, and learn why we love wetlands!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Blackbird Sessions for children entering grades 4-6 in the fall

Art Alfresco 1B: 6/24-6/28 (cancelled), or 9B: 8/19-8/23 (Session 9B is full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.)

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Nature can be so inspiring - so many colors, shapes, textures, and sounds! Come get creative with us, using nature as your muse. Note: Additional $25 art material fee applies to this session.

Science on the Sound 2B*: 7/1-7/5 (no 7/4), (2B and 8B are full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.) 4B: 7/15-7/19, or 8B: 8/12-8/16

$270 Members/$290 Non-members (*$220 Members/$240 Non-members)

Discover the science under the sea. Trek through tidal zones, discover what lives in the deep, and spend the week as an oceanographer! Note: Nature Camp's Ocean week is scheduled to fall during the dates with the lowest tides during the summer. *2B is a 4-day week due to the 4th of July holiday

Bird is a Verb 3B: 7/8-7/12, or 7B: 8/5-8/9 Session 7B is full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Discover the science surrounding flight and how birds adapt to their habitats while observing them in their local habitats. Join us and catch the birding bug! Campers will go birding in local bird hotspots, examine real bird specimens, and learn about the mechanics of bird flight.

Habitat Restoration Rangers 5B: 7/22-7/26, or 10B: 8/26-8/30 Both sessions are full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Native habitat restoration to benefit all living things. Discover how plants and animals thrive when surrounded by native plantings. Get your plant-pulling skills ready to do real habitat restoration in local parks with the City of Shoreline!

Slough Slouths 6B: 7/29-8/2 (This session is full. Follow the registration link to join the wait list.)

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Discover the complex world of Puget Sound wetland habitats! Watch the water flow, and investigate estuaries, ponds, lakes, and streams by taking water samples, collecting macroinvertebrates, and making scientific observations.

 

 

 

 

 

Crossbill Sessions for teens entering grades 7-9 in the fall

Young Birders 3C: 7/8-7/12, or 7C: 8/5-8/9

$285 Members/$305 Non-members

This program focuses on the basics of bird watching including proper use of optics, bird identification skills, bird habitats and more through field trips, guest speakers and other activities. Campers have the opportunity to continue friendships and interests created in Young Birders Day Camp by joining the year-round Young Birders community with Seattle Audubon! 

 

SUMMER 2019 SCHEDULE: West Seattle click here for Magnuson Park camps

Albatross Sessionsfor children entering grades 1-3  in the fall

Invertebrate Investigators 1A: 7/22-7/26

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Whether they have six legs, eight legs, or no legs at all, bugs and other small squirmy organisms are all around us and can do the coolest things. Come learn about how bugs and other macroinvertebrates make the world go ‘round.

Let's Sea Ocean Life 2A: 7/29-8/2

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

What will you find beneath the waves of the Puget Sound? Discover treasures in tide pools, observe marine wildlife, and become an undersea expert! (4-day week due to 4th of July holiday)*Note: Nature Camp's Ocean week is scheduled to fall during the dates with the lowest tides during the summer.

Woodland Wanderers 3A: 8/5-8/9

$270 Members/$280 Non-members

Come explore the fascinating forests of the Pacific Northwest! Explore the biodiversity of plants and animals, and wonder at the inter-relationships that they share. Perhaps you'll get certified as a Forest Habitat Detective!

Webbed, Winged, Wild 4A: 8/12-8/16

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Join Seattle Audubon for what we do best: BIRDS! Learn about the many species of birds that call Seattle home and the cool adaptations they have that make them special. Campers will go birding in local bird hotspots, examine real bird specimens, and learn about the mechanics of bird flight.

 

Blackbird Sessions for children entering grades 4-6 in the fall

Art Alfresco 1B: 7/22-7/26

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Nature can be so inspiring - so many colors, shapes, textures, and sounds! Come get creative with us, using nature as your muse. *Note: Additional $30 art material fee applies to this session.

Science on the Sound 2B: 7/29-8/2

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Discover the science under the sea. Trek through tidal zones, discover what lives in the deep, and spend the week as an oceanographer!*Note: Nature Camp's Ocean week is scheduled to fall during the dates with the lowest tides during the summer.

Habitat Restoration Rangers 3B: 8/5-8/9

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Native habitat restoration to benefit all living things. Discover how plants and animals thrive when surrounded by native plantings. Get your plant-pulling skills ready to do real habitat restoration with EarthCorps!

Bird is a Verb 4B: 8/12-8/16

$270 Members/$290 Non-members

Discover the science surrounding flight and how birds adapt to their habitats while observing them in their local habitats. Join us and catch the birding bug! Campers will go birding in local bird hotspots, examine real bird specimens, and learn about the mechanics of bird flight.

 

Crossbill Sessions for teens entering grades 7-9 in the fall

Young Birders 4C: 8/12-8/16

$295 Members/$305 Non-members 

This program focuses on the basics of bird watching including proper use of optics, bird identification skills, bird habitats and more through field trips, guest speakers and other activities. Campers have the opportunity to continue friendships and interests created in Young          Birders Camp by joining the year-round Young Birders community with Seattle Audubon! 

 

 
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