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Birds of Winter Camp
December 31, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm UTC+0
Birds of Winter Camp
When: Session 1: December 30-31, 2019 and Session 2: January 2-3, 2020. 9 a.m.-4 p. m. Daily.
Tuition: $84 per session, scholarships are available.
Location: Environmental Learning Center, 14500 Lark Bunting Lane. Brighton, CO
School is out and birds are in! Join us as we explore what it takes for birds to survive the winter at Barr Lake. We will dive into 7 different ways to help birds thrive throughout the year. Each day will focus on conservation efforts that are kid friendly and bird themed. Campers will hone their birding skills along our local trails, discover what resources wintering birds need through fun and interactive activities, create bird-themed crafts, and much more! Two sessions will be offered. Join us at one or both for all the fun! Come and make new friends at Bird Camp. Register Today!
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