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Virtual Holiday Bird Camp

December 1 - December 18

$50

https://migratorybirdday.org/birdcamp

During Bird Camp, participants receive interactive packages and engage in face-to-face virtual sessions.  We welcome participants from outside the United States, but please be aware that you would be responsible for additional costs of shipping, and the delivery time would be longer.

Bird Camp heads into winter with two new holiday sessions, one is non-bilingual, and the other is bilingual (Spanish-English). Learn about the amazing birds of winter and how they survive, do a holiday craft, and more. Cost includes materials and  “face-to-face” interactions.

Non-bilingual ($50):

1 package with 6 sessions over 3 weeks (2 sessions per week)

Group 1, Ages 4–6, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 3:00 pm ET

Group 2, Ages 7–9, Mondays and Wednesdays, at 1:00 pm ET

Group 3, Ages 10–12, Mondays and Wednesdays, at 3:00 pm ET

Spanish-English Bilingual ($80):

3 packages and 14 sessions over 7 weeks (2 sessions per week)

Group 1, Ages 5–8, Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 4:30 pm ET

Group 2, Ages 9–12, Mondays and Wednesdays, at 4:30 pm ET

20 scholarships available for students in Laurel, Bowie, and Greenbelt, Maryland.

Holiday Camp Schedule:

Week 1 (12/1/20 to 12/4/20): Decorate a tree for the birds with a garland of popcorn and cranberries. Learn about what birds eat in winter to survive and identify some of those species. We send all the goodies, along with a needle and thread!

Week 2 (12/7/20 to 12/11/20): Why are Northern Cardinals red and Blue Jays blue? We will explore feather color with a science experiment and then make our own colorful bird decoration.

Week 3 (12/14/20 to 12/18/20): Use your bird cookie cutter to make some holiday treats. Not all birds stick around for the winter. Let’s follow some of the species that leave and see where they go!

Register:
www.migratorybirdday.org/birdcamp

 

Location

Environment for the Americas
5171 Eldorado Springs Drive, Suite N
Boulder, CO 80303 United States
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303-499-1950

Contact

Environment for the Americas
303-499-1950
info@environmentamericas.org
Cornell Lab of Ornithology

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