When: 9 a.m. to noon or 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For whom: Kindergarten through third grade (ages 5-9)
Member Cost: $110 for half day; $190 for full day
Non-Member Cost: $130 for half day; $210 for full day
Pre-registration is required.
Or contact us at (585) 336-7213 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration must be for full week of camp; individual day registrations not available.
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During this week-long camp, your children will discover many of the different habitats found all around the world, the aspects that make these places so special and what people can do to help conserve these habitats. Throughout the week, we will investigate the rainforest, desert, the wetlands and more.
Campers will meet animal ambassadors from these awesome places and learn what helps them survive in their habitats. Each day, we will focus on a different habitat; the daily schedule will include animal encounters, animal-related activities, crafts and touring the zoo to discover more about animal habitats. So put on your explorer gear, and join us for a week of adventures!
Meet critters from one of the most important habitats in the world!
Hot and sandy, these habitats can be tough places in which to live, but the inhabitants know how to beat the heat!
Swampy places might not be a place for people to live, but many animals love these wonderful wetlands.
Get a close-up encounter with animals found in our own habitat.
Meet some animals from habitats in danger, and learn what we can do to help save these amazing places.