Tuesday, May 27, 2008

Summer Camp Still Has Space!

There is still room during all three one-week sessions of the Audubon at Francis Beidler Forest summer camp, but space is filling quickly! During the week, campers will experience Native American art and culture, construct animal traps and snares, identify and make casts of animal tracks, make fire, observe wildlife and much more. The full schedule can be found here.

Summer camp at Beidler Forest is like no place else on Earth...because there is no place else like it on Earth! The virgin, old-growth, cypress-tupleo swamp is the largest remaining old-growth tract of its kind. Campers will spend each day from 9 am - 2 pm in this wonderous setting.

Don't delay, make your reservation today!

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