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Ohio bird sanctuary prepares for kids summer camps

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 5/21/2014

The Ohio Bird Sanctuary is kicking off its summer kid's camps.

The first three day camp, "A Fungus Amongus! All About cool fungi!" runs June 10-12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The camps are themed, with each week teaching different environmental principles and science standards. The camps are open to children from 6 to 12 years old.

2014 Summer Kid's Camps:

June 17-19, "A Planet of Plants" All about plants, flowers and trees

July 22-24, "In Cold Blood" reptiles and amphibians

July 29-31, "A Bird in the Hand" learning about our feathered friends

August 5-7, "Survival" how to get along in the wild.

Each camp will be supervised by at least two staff members who may be assisted by a Junior Naturalist. There is a limit of 20 children per camp.

For more information contact the Sanctuary at 419-884-4295.

   
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