2021 Nature Summer Camp Session 4

Our fourth session of camp, Biologists in Training, was wonderful! It was so great to see the different outdoor play spaces and trails full of children learning and playing. We geared up for our all outdoor camp with new outdoor classroom spaces that were developed in response to COVID. They have been so successful, I am sure that we will continue to use them for future summers. There was a lot of fun to be had during the week. Two week sessions really allow friendships to grow, and those relationships helped us get through the heat. Some highlights include trips to Groff Park, pond and stream catches, visits with our snake, Cob, making animal masks, and for the Nature Explorer’s — a hike to the Sunderland caves on Mt Toby! Along the way we also learned how to be entomologists, mycologists, limnologists, and more. Most importantly, got to share in being back together again at camp!

Click on the images below to see some of the week’s activities!

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