Education & Outreach

Camp Programs at the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary

Discover, investigate, and play at our camp programs!
Education & Outreach

Camp Programs at the Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary

Discover, investigate, and play at our camp programs!

School may be out, but the learning never stops!

Join Audubon educators for nature-based camps year-round. We offer:

  • School Holiday Camps: single day and week-long, all throughout the school year!
  • Summer Camp: week-long camps for 8 weeks, June and July

 

Day Camps 2021-2022

We are hosting day camps on school holidays this year. Upcoming one-day camps include:

  • Indigenous Peoples' Day, October 11, 2021
  • MLK Day, January 17, 2022
  • SFPS Parent Teacher Conference Days, February 17 + 18, 2022
  • Presidents' Day, February 21, 2022

 One-day camps cost $65/camper. Camp runs 9am-3pm with aftercare available until 5pm for an additional cost. Registration opens one month prior to the camp date. For more information about what to expect at camp, please review our Camp Survival Guide

*Click here to access online registration for School Holiday Day Camps 2021-2022*

Registration for camp will be completed through CampDoc. To create an account in our camp registration software or to log into your account from last year, please visit: app.campdoc.com/register/audubon/randalldavey.
Scholarships are available based on financial need and on a first-come, first-served basis. If you are interested in a scholarship, please email sally.maxwell@audubon.org

We Are Here for You (Virtually):

We know our campers will need our support more than ever. Here are a few resources we have put together to help you and the children you care for continue to find awe and inspiration in nature together.
  • Audubon for Kids:
Audubon for Kids is an online space available in English and Spanish that provides new, fun activities each week, including nature activities, games, quizzes, DIY projects, and more. For English, visit: "Audubon for Kids". For Spanish, visit: "Audubon Para Niños".
  • Audubon Virtual Events:
Audubon is hosting several interactive web-based educational programs for kids and kids at heart. Click here to bookmark the Audubon Events calendar, so you can plan to join us in advance.
  • Audubon Social Media:
Educators from the Randall Davey Audubon Center are working on creating fun home-based activities for kids to do this summer. Follow our FacebookInstagram, and Twitter to stay tuned.
 

 

For more information, contact:

Sally Maxwell
Education Specialist & Camp Director
Email: sally.maxwell@audubon.org
Telephone: 505-983-4609 x 21 

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