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- April Vacation Camp K-5 (Full Week)
- Child Members: $280, Child Non-members: $355
Children in grades K-5 are invited to register for our April Vacation Camp. A new theme will be introduced each day through cooperative games, scientific examination and creative arts exploration at Gilsland Farm Audubon Center in Falmouth.
Our vacation camps are taught by highly trained and experienced environmental educators.
Single day registration available as space allows by calling 207-781-2330 x 273
(For or those of you returning – welcome back! – it’s a new year so we need all new forms).
Monday 4/17: Migratory Monday
Campers will learn about incredible journey of migration and see what birds are coming back to Maine.
Tuesday 4/18: Natural Performers
Learn about various Maine animals and their adaptations to attract a mate, defend their home and babies! Perform what they have learned!
Wednesday 4/19: Home Sweet Home
Campers will be able to create and discover various nests and shelters of Maine Audubon’s wildlife.
Thursday 4/20: Spring Stewards
Earth Day! Campers will create interpretive signs for their favorite spots on our Sanctuary to share with the public and spend time caring for the Earth in a stewardship project.
Friday 4/21: Spring into Action!
Live Animal Show! Many animals prepare for spring and summer in different ways. We will take a trip to the pond to study the different things parents do from spring time to summer time!
Join us for a week long adventure filled with hiking, hands-on experiments, crafts and games. We will explore the diversity of Fields Pond with a focus on the majestic forest, brilliant meadow, cool pond, awesome lake and sensational streams while learning about the species depend on these places for survival.
This week we will immerse ourselves into the diversity of Fields Pond with a focus on native plants and pollinators and how to encourage a nature balance in and around your home. Additionally we will learn how to collect and record data as a citizen scientist.