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Winter Wetlanders (6-12 yrs.) Click to Register with Parktakes Online
Discover winter water dynamics with science experiments, pond and stream studies, games, stories, crafts and activities. Learn about the magic of snowflakes and make your own crystal snowflake. Enjoy outdoor investigations, meeting live animals, fire making and creating your own winter journal. Bring lunch and drink. Download camps forms from website.
Start Time/Day:  9am Mon/Tue/Wed/Thu
Start Date: 12/18/2017
Winter Snow Bunnies (4-6 yrs.) Click to Register with Parktakes Online
How do rabbits, deer and beavers stay warm and find food? Join Park Naturalists in this 3 day camp to learn about these amazing animals and hopefully catch a glimpse of them in the wild. Look for animal tracks, play games, enjoy nature walks and create crafts to take home. Download camp forms from website.
Start Time/Day:  9am Mon/Tue/Wed
Start Date: 12/18/2017
Winter Wildlife Rangers (6-12 yrs.) Click to Register with Parktakes Online
Join our naturalists to learn about how animals prepare for winter by caching food, finding shelter and preparing to hibernate. Practice skills humans use to stay safe and warm when adventuring in the cold outdoors. Play games, enjoy hands-on activities and engage in cool experiments. Bring lunch and drink. Download camp forms from website.
Start Time/Day:  9am Wed/Thu/Fri
Start Date: 12/27/2017
School's Out Nature Adventures (6-12 yr) Click to Register with Parktakes Online
Learning and fun adventures are waiting for you. Join us as we discover the local wildlife in the park, create crafts and play games. Program is both indoors and outdoors so dress appropriately for the weather. Camp themes are: Don't Get Lost (maps/compasses) (1/15); Snowflake Scientist (1/26); and Winter Wildlife Survival (1/29). Download camp forms from website.
Start Time/Day:  9am Mon
Start Date: 1/15/2018
School's Out Nature Adventures (6-12 yr) Click to Register with Parktakes Online
Learning and fun adventures are waiting for you. Join us as we discover the local wildlife in the park, create crafts and play games. Program is both indoors and outdoors so dress appropriately for the weather. Camp themes are: Don't Get Lost (maps/compasses) (1/15); Snowflake Scientist (1/26); and Winter Wildlife Survival (1/29). Download camp forms from website.
Start Time/Day:  9am Fri
Start Date: 1/26/2018
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