Spend part of your summer having fun, helping birds, and exploring the natural world.
Day camps take place at more than 25 Audubon centers across the country. Each has its own special weekly themes and caters to the interests and needs of the children in the community it serves. More than 6,000 campers, from grades pre-k through 12, enjoy Audubon summer camps every year.
Residential camps for teens and adults are offered at three sites, including Hog Island. Located off the coast of Maine, Hog Island has been providing week-long summer ornithology and education classes since the 1940’s, and has hosted notable presenters such as Rachel Carson, conservationist and nature writer; Roger Tory Peterson, naturalist, ornithologist, artist, and educator; Steve Kress, Audubon conservationist and founder of Project Puffin; and Scott Weidensaul, naturalist and author.
Scholarships are available for qualified applicants. Eligibility is determined by each Audubon center. Scholarships are supported by Wild Birds Unlimited. Audubon and Wild Birds Unlimited share a belief that when children spend quality time outside it can have a lasting, positive impact on their personal lives and their future.
For more information on details about general registration, camp programs and scholarships please contact the camp where you or your children want to connect to nature.
|Audubon Adventures Summer Camp||Rio Salado Audubon Center||Arizona|
|Audubon Our Club||Little Rock Audubon Center||Arkansas|
|Audubon Summer Adventures||Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary||California|
|Starr Ranch Junior Biologists||Starr Ranch Audubon Sanctuary||California|
|Audubon Summer Day Camp||Sharon Audubon Center||Connecticut|
|Audubon Camp||Audubon Center at Bent of the River||Connecticut|
|Summer Nature Day Camps||Audubon Greenwich||Connecticut|
|Raptor Camp||Audubon Center for Birds of Prey||Florida|
|Hog Island Audubon Camp||Audubon Seabird Restoration Program||Maine|
|Maine Audubon Day Camps||Maine Audubon Society||Maine|
|EcoCamp||Pickering Creek Audubon Center||Maryland|
|Audubon Center Summer Camp||Pascagoula River Audubon Center||Mississippi|
|Camp Wildcat||Wildcat Glades Audubon Center||Missouri|
|Audubon Summer Camps||Montana Audubon||Montana|
|Summer Camps||Audubon Center at Rowe Sanctuary||Nebraska|
|Summer Adventure Camp||Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary||New Mexico|
|Audubon Summer Camp||Jamestown Audubon Center and Sanctuary||New York|
|Beaver Meadow Audubon Day Camp||Beaver Meadow Audubon Center, Buffalo Audubon Society||New York|
|Summer Sanctuary Adventures||Theodore Roosevelt Audubon Sanctuary||New York|
|Wildlife Adventure Camp||Montezuma Audubon Center||New York|
|Summer Earth Adventures||Aullwood Audubon Center and Farm||Ohio|
|Summer Camp||Audubon Society of Portland||Oregon|
|Outdoor Discovery Camp||Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania||Pennsylvania|
|Summer Swamp Camp||Audubon Center & Sanctuary at Francis Beidler Forest||So. Carolina|
|Adventure Camps||Trinity River Audubon Center||Texas|
|Summer Camps||Dogwood Canyon Audubon Center at Cedar Hill||Texas|
|Audubon Day Camps||Green Mountain Audubon Center||Vermont|
|Seattle Audubon Nature Camp||Seattle Audubon Society||Washington|
|Summer Day Camp||Seward Park Audubon Center||Washington|
|Youth Day Camps||Hunt Hill Audubon Center & Sanctuary||Wisconsin|
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