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Birds of Winter Camp

January 2, 2019 - January 4, 2019

Start off the new year with Bird Conservancy’s first-ever Birds of Winter Camp!

Join us as we explore what it takes for birds to survive the winter at Barr Lake. 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! Come and make new friends at Bird Camp!

Ages: 5-12
When: January 2-4, 9am-4pm. Daily
Tuition: $126
Location: Environmental Learning Center, 14500 Lark Bunting Lane, Brighton, CO


Scholarships are available for all camps!
Applications for scholarships can be made through our online scholarship application.

Please note: Online registration is required for all camp sessions; we cannot accept walk-ins.

Bird Conservancy of the Rockies offers multiple camp experiences for kids ages 4-17. All camps are about getting kids outside to have fun and explore nature while making friends, developing leadership skills and gaining insights into their relationships with themselves, others and the world around them.  Camp content and activities are designed in a progression to introduce young children to the outdoors and build their skills over time. Click here to meet our 2019 Bird Camp staff!

Details

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January 2, 2019
End:
January 4, 2019
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Organizer

Stacey Monahan, Camp and Family Programs Coordinator
Phone:
(303) 659-4348 x18
Email:
stacey.monahan@birdconservancy.org

Venue

Bird Conservancy’s Environmental Learning Center
14500 Lark Bunting Lane
Brighton, CO 80603 United States
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Phone:
303-6594348
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