The annual Marsh-In Summer Camp program held at the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Environmental Education Center in Alviso is going online this year!
Join us for our first ever online summer camp program that combines technology and outdoor activities for a unique learning experience. Camp will be held from Monday, August 3 – Friday, August 7.
Online camp will consist of three live Zoom sessions (MWF 10:30 am - 11:30 am) as well as self-guided activities.
Discover, engage and learn!
Although we cannot host our traditional summer camp program this year, we still want to provide our community with an engaging and interactive learning opportunity. This year’s theme is Endangered Bird Species. We will be highlighting two bird species and two local National Wildlife Refuges. There will be live interactions with Refuge Rangers and self-guided activities.
Campers must be entering grades 1-6 in Fall 2020, have access to the internet via a computer or tablet, and attend all days of camp. Activity materials will be mailed to you in a camp kit via USPS.
Please fill out this Google Form (one per family): https://forms.gle/J52W4QeXyTt1ZZaA6
Applications will be accepted through Tuesday, June 30th. Selections are made by lottery. Acceptance notifications will be sent on July 6th. Log-on instructions will be sent on July 29th and camp begins
on August 3rd.
Please email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Summer programming is sponsored by the San Francisco Bay Wildlife Society, a generous donation by Cargill, Inc., and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.