Two-Day Camps at the John James Audubon Center

Photo: Camilla Cerea
Photo: Camilla Cerea

Come explore the world of nature in these themed two-day camps! Have your child spend the day learning about animals and their habitats in a fun, creative and interesting way. Each of the sessions has a different theme, so you can sign up for more than one! The camps are geared for ages 6-10 years old, and will last from 9:00am to 3:00pm. For more information, contact or call 610-990-3416.

Cost: $120 per session for non-members/$100 for JJAC Annual Passholders

Outdoor Art Adventures: June 25th and 26th

Let’s learn all about nature artists, and artists in nature! Discover those who dedicated their lives to illustrating animals in the wild, and create your own works of art. We will also delve into the world of bird song and discover the many ways birds communicate.

Fur, Feathers, Skin, and Scales: July 11th and 12th

Explore animal adaptations of all types, from body coverings to interesting behaviors. Campers will learn about animals great and small, and the superpowers they have that help them survive.

Nature Detectives: July 17th and 18th

During this week, we will explore clues in nature to discover who lives there, and how they use the environment around them. We will also learn about certain animals that pretend to be someone else!

Animal Architects: July 23rd and 24th

Everything needs a place to live. We will learn about animal homes, how they are built, and the interesting ways they are used and reused. We also will make a bird feeder out of recycled items to put up where you live.

To register for summer camp at the John James Audubon Center, click here:!/dn/login?r=audubon.