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KCEEI: Summer Nature Camp

KCEEI Summer Nature Camp uses experiential learning to incorporate themes from our natural world with science! Campers will explore our 170-acre outdoor classroom while experiencing hands-on investigative research, learning to collect data, use binoculars, magnifying lenses, microscopes and how to be a citizen scientist.
Scientific concepts are reinforced with crafts, games and activities making for a fun day!
Nature Adventurers Camp – Ages 6-8 – Morning Camp 9 a.m.-noon

Four Sessions
Session I: July 10-13 – Herps
Let’s look for frogs, salamanders, snakes and turtles! This week will focus on reptiles and amphibians. Meet our resident turtles, snakes, bearded dragon, tortoise and more!

Session II: July 24-27 – Aquatics
Learn about the macroinvertebrates, fish and plants that inhabit our streams. Expect to get wet!

Session III: August 7-10 – Wildlife
Furs, scat and animal tracks! Learn all about mammals and birds!

Session IV: August 14-17 – Insects
If you have a passion for bugs, join us to learn more about butterflies, dragonflies, beetles, bees … and much more.

FEE: $100 per session
Space is limited so sign up today! No refunds.

2023 Summer

Keystone College Environmental Education Institute

Kelley Stewart, Director of KCEEI
Email: kelley.stewart@keystone.edu