CAMP PROGRAMS

The Wildlife Rescue Center provides summer, winter and spring break camps for children ages 6-11. For more information about our camp programs:
call (636) 394-1880 or email education@mowildlife.org





WILD CHILD SUMMER CAMP (5 DAYS): SOLD OUT
For Ages 6-8 •  July 17-21, 2017: 9am - 3pm at Wildlife Rescue Center • Cost: $225 Register for Summer Camp Week 1 Here
For Ages 9-11 • July 24-28, 2017: 9am - 3pm at Wildlife Rescue Center • Cost: $225 Register for Summer Camp Week 2 Here


Experience nature like a wild animal at the Wildlife Rescue Center! Come explore our big backyard and see what the world looks like from a wild point of view. If you want to learn about your environment, you've gotta get your paws dirty!

Have you ever wondered what it's like to... ...rely on your hearing to find your way? ...build a home out of sticks and leaves? ...use camouflage to hide in plain sight?

As campers play through the day, they will engage their senses and become confident adventurers in their natural habitat. They will learn the stories of some of our wildlife patients and peek behind-the-scenes in the rehabilitation facility. This unique perspective promotes a harmonious relationship with native wildlife and links what we're learning about outside to the daily life of every explorer.

     






WILD WINTER CAMP
December 29, 2016 • Thursday • 9am - 3pm at Wildlife Rescue Center • for 1st through 4th grade • Cost: $50 • Register for Wild Winter Camp Here
With the leaves off the trees and snow on the ground, winter is a great time to look for evidence of animal activity. Explore the woods, waters, and fields, and see the animal care facility to learn about wildlife rehabilitation. Campers will even help our wild patients and make chilly treats for the critters with nature's cold craft supplies!

     




SPRING PEEPERS CAMP
March 2018: 9am - 3pm at Wildlife Rescue Center • for 1st through 4th grade • Cost: $50 Register for Spring Peepers Camp Here
The trees are tweeting with the sounds of spring! Come learn new languages and discover what the frogs, birds, and squirrels are talking about. Play some wild games and create crafts from nature to take home. Explore the woods, waters, and fields, and see the animal care facility to learn about wildlife rehabilitation.