Nature Day Camp

Session 1: June 25-29       Session 2: July 2-6 *Includes the 4th of July
Session 3: July 9-13           Session 4: July 16-20
Session 5: July 23-27        Session 6: July 30- Aug 3
Session 7: August 6-10  Session 8: August 13-17

Entering Grades K-4; Monday-Friday 9:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.

$245 per session for members & $270 per session for non members

NOTE: Family membership must be valid through August of 2018 in order to receive the member discount please call 401-846-2577 if you have  questions about membership. 

Join us in our 325-acre outdoor classroom, as we hike along trails, investigate life in and around ponds, get eye-to-eye with snakes and salamanders, and much more! All camps include hiking, songs, spirited group games, and a trip to Third Beach. Children are grouped by age and led by trained educators.

Session 1: Animal Extremes: This week we will discover the most amazing animal abilities by playing games, hiking the trails and singing songs along the way!

Session 2: Need to Feed: Do all animals eat the same type of food? This week we will learn about the different types of food animals eat and how the animals have adapted to eat it.

Session 3: Spineless Species: Hit the trails with us as we dive into the world of Invertebrates. This week we study bugs, Jellies, crabs, and clams with plenty of crafts and games along the way.

Session 4: Exploring Ecosystems: This week we will learn about the living and non-living things that make up NBS! Find out how animals interact with their surroundings and each other all while hiking the trails, playing games, and making crafts.

Session 5: Cold Blooded Critters: Reptiles and Amphibians inhabit every corner of NBS. In this week we will learn how these specialized species survive both near and far!

Session 6: Wings & Things: This week we explore life in the air and the animals that are adapted to fly. Games, songs, and crafts will help us learn along the way.

Session 7: Water Worlds: There are lots of watery habitats at NBS. In this week we travel from land to sea in search of animals that live in and around our puddles and ponds. Each day we will use crafts songs and games to learn why water is so special.

Session 8: Animal Armor: From feathers to fur and scales to slime animals are covered with all kinds of protection. Songs, games, and hikes, will help us learn all about what covers our animal friends.



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Camp Director, Matt Schenck, at  or 401-846-2577 Ext 15

Assistant Camp Director, Mark Pagliarini, at or 401-846-2577 Ext 34

Norman Bird Sanctuary