Mini Migration Camp
August 9 - August 11
Come join us at the Bird Conservancy of the Rockies Headquarters in Brighton, CO for three days of birding and learning! As the birds begin to migrate through Colorado we will learn why birds migrate to their wintering grounds, and what it takes for them to survive. Campers will refine their birding skills along our local trails, learn what resources migrating birds need through fun and interactive games, and much more! Come and make a new flock of friends at bird camp! Ages 8 – 12
Monday, August 9 – Wednesday, August 11, 2021. 9am-4pm. $126/session
Due to COVID guidelines masks are required and capacity is maxed at 10 campers. Register early!
SCHOLARSHIPS are available thanks to Bird Conservancy donors and grants, and are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
To register, please click here or contact Camp & Community Coordinator, Tyler Cash, at [email protected]
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