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We will meet the wonderful people who take care of our animals at the museum.
June 19-23 Let’s Explore Dinosaurs: Campers will enjoy the Jim Gary exhibit and connect the dinosaurs to learning experiences healthy snacks and art projects. June 26-30: Mad Scientist Week: Campers will find out how baking soda, balloons and liquid starch can create mad crazy science fun!
(Tree to Tree Adventure Camps) June 26-30: Zoo Crew: Campers will contribute to the Museum’s animals by helping in a habitat, creating different animal enrichments, assisting with diet making, telling animal tales, and discovering fascinating facts about the zoo world! (There will be no camp on July 3rd & 4th in observance of the holiday) July 5-7: Junior Scientist/ Bio Survey: Thousands of species abound in our own backyards.
Learn hands-on techniques employed by researchers to gauge biodiversity by humanely collecting or identifying insects, fish, plants and other wildlife and take a closer look at some of the Museum’s collections.
July 10-14: Creep into the DEEPEND: Creep into the DEEPEND™, takes campers to new depths!
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Ages: Pre-K– 12th grade Description: From encounters with wildlife to exploration of cultural heritage, campers will have an enriching experience while implementing creativity, collaboration, critical thinking, and communication into each day’s theme.