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All WWF camps run for five weekdays from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm and have a fee of $75. Sign up by clicking on the camp you would like your child to attend. Send any questions to abarbknecht@wyomingwildlife.org or call (307) 335-8633. Scholarships are available. Thank you to the Lander Community Foundation, LOR Foundation, and First Interstate Bank for helping make these camps available and affordable.

Based out of Sinks Canyon State Park:

Who Lives Here?

Dates: July 26-30

Ages: 5-8

Explore the birds, bugs, animals, and plants that live here in Wyoming. How do we know what lives here? How many different living things can we find? How do they adapt to survive? Every day includes stories, songs, STEAM activities, and time to just play and enjoy nature. Limit 20.

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What Makes a Home?

Dates: August 2-6

Ages: 5-8

Explore habitat and the ideas of what plants and animals need to make their home here. What makes a good home? How are homes for critters different and the same? What kind of habitat do you need? Every day includes stories, songs, STEAM activities, and time to just play and enjoy nature. Limit 20.

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What’s for Dinner?

Dates: August 9-13

Ages: 5-8

Everybody’s got to eat. Explore how plants and animals get the energy and other things they need to thrive and survive. How do plants and animals get energy? What is a food chain? Every day includes stories, songs, STEAM activities, and time to just play and enjoy nature. Limit 20.

Sorry: Sold Out for 2021

 

 

Let’s Get Moving!

Dates: August 16-20

Ages: 5-8

Explore how animals and people move through the environment. How do animals move? Why do animals move? How could we track animals? How do people know where they are going? Every day includes stories, songs, STEAM activities, and time to just play and enjoy nature. Limit 20.

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