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Camp Guide / 2017

Trinity River Audubon Center
6500 Great Trinity Forest Way
Dallas, TX 75217
Phone: 214/309-5812

Locations: Dallas
Length: Full Day
Activities: Join our Audubon Adventure camps for rafting, hiking, birding, games, crafts, nature study,live animal shows and much more!
Ages: 5 to 12 years of age
Gender: Coed
Special Needs: No

To immerse children in nature and set a foundation of positive outdoor experiences to create happier, healthier young people and well-informed, ecologically conscious citizens for the future.


Experience outdoor fun and learning with Audubon Adventure Camps! Camps are nestled in wild and beautiful Dallas at Trinity River Audubon Center, located just minutes from downtown Dallas. Your child will be outside, enjoying hands-on learning and exploring the wonders of nature. We'll hike, track wildlife, learn birding and other outdoor skills, create nature art, and conduct field studies all-the-while learning to better care for our amazing north Texas home. Our experienced and caring educators will nurture your child's love of nature and deliver an unforgettable camp experience full of adventure, growth and good times. Camp Grade Levels and Costs (registration opens March 13): Kindergarten & First Grade - $225 Second & Third Grade - $225 Fourth & Fifth Grade - $225 Before Care & After Care Available Members receive 10% off with their member discount code. Camps and Topics June 19 – Wild Wings– A week for the bird brain in your family.  We will examine birds, bats, butterflies and why flight is their chosen mode of transportation.   June 26 – Little Life – There is a whole world of life around us that we don’t see.  Not anymore!  We will use instruments to explore the world of micro life.   July 10 – Wild Kingdom – The animal kingdom is full of creatures large and small.  This week we will learn how they are similar and different.   July 17 – Olympians of the Wild – Test your “Olympic” skills in this week full of fun activities.  Compare your skills to that of the natural world.   July 24 – Nature as Art – Nature continues to be a common subject for artists everywhere.  This hands-on week is designed to pull out the wild artist inside.   July 31 – Project Survival –Would you survive in the wild?  Learn survival techniques like fishing, pitching a tent, and reading a compass, all while examining how our wild ones handle it.   Aug 7 – Jurassic TRAC – Time to get dirty.  Explore the stories being told by the “dirt” under your feet, and the creatures that left evidence of their existence embedded within.   Aug 14 – Make a Splash – Water is an important part of our lives, but where does it come from, and where does it go when we no longer see it?  Dive into the world of water where everyone is in the splash zone. -------------------------------

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