B SESSIONS -- Eco-Adventure Day Camps (entering grades 4 - 6)
Ocean Explorers 6/24-/28; 7/22-7/26 This session is FULL! Call 206.523.4483 to be added to the wait list.
Discover what lives in Puget Sound waters and oceans around the world. Observe tide pool creatures and learn how they adapt to their ever changing tidal zone habitat. Learn more about marine life and what we can do to help make their aquatic home healthier. Come and take the plunge with us as we explore the world beneath the waves.
Flora, Fauna, Forest Drama! 7/1-7/3*; 8/5-8/9 The session if FULL! Please call 206.523.4483 to be added to the wait list!
Explore our local forests as we take a hike and discover how animals and plants depend on the cycle of life and death to survive in the forest. Learn how to identify native plants and animals through hands-on activities and games. Come and discover the drama that is created when flora and fauna interact in our Northwest forests! *Three day week.
Streaming to the Sound 7/8-7/12; 8/19-8/23
Follow our many mountain streams as they meander and flow through the local watershed to the Puget Sound waters. Learn why our watershed is important and how to help our aquatic ecosystems. Explore streams, wetlands, and beaches through tidepooling, dipnetting, and examining water samples under a microscope. Take the cold water plunge into our streams and follow its path to the Sound!
All about Birds 7/15-7/19; 8/12-8/16 This session is FULL! Call 206.523.4483 to be added to the wait list.
Discover what makes birds unique and the science behind flight. You will use binoculars and field guides to identify local birds, with the help of experienced birders! Observe live raptors from the Woodland Park Zoo, discover why some birds are endangered, and learn what we can do to help create a healthier environment for them. We’re all about putting a bird on it!
Naturescapes 7/29-8/2; 8/26-8/30
Nature is full of beauty that can be illustrated through pictures, words, and song. If you love art and nature, come investigate, observe, and explore the natural world through field sketching and painting, nature writing, and journaling. Work with professional art instructors who will teach you how to use these methods to discover and hone your artistic talents, using the natural environment as your pallet. No previous art training necessary.
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