This camp is for teenagers who aspire to careers in natural resources. Based at a residential camp near Rocky Mountain National Park, campers will have the opportunity to design and conduct mini-research projects in the surrounding forests. Campers will work together to develop a hypothesis, collect scientific data, draw conclusions from their data, write technical scientific research papers and present their findings to a group of natural resource professionals. In addition, campers will take part in traditional camp activities and learn field journaling, field sketching, field guide and binocular use, bird and plant identification, and field biology, by observing and participating in studies of Bird Conservancy and National Park Service biologists. The cost of this camp includes all lodging, meals and transportation during the session.
Scholarships are available for all camps!
Applications for scholarships can be made through our online scholarship application.
*Transportation to and from camp will be provided by Bird Conservancy this year. Please refer to the Overnight Parent Handbook for details.
**For the health and safety of campers and staff we will be following CDC and State/local guidelines as it relates to COVID – 19. Please refer to the Overnight Parent Handbook for details.
Vaccination Requirements: We require campers and staff to be FULLY immunized (using state guidelines for schools) before overnight camp begins. Campers and staff who qualify for a medical exemption must provide a physician’s note documenting the exemption and will be allowed at camp if a reasonable accommodation can be made.
Vaccines for COVID will be required.
REGISTRATION CLOSES ON MONDAY, MAY 9TH 2022
THIS CAMP IS CURRENTLY FULL. Please email [email protected] if you would like to be put on a waitlist.