3/9/2021 12:00:00 PM
Children can get outdoors and explore nature at MDWFP’s Mississippi Museum of Natural Science day camps this summer. Age-appropriate camps are offered for children entering first through 12th grades. “Campers spend their time enjoying outdoor investigations and learning opportunities while having lots of fun,” says Museum Director Charles Knight.
Camp COVID Protocols:
- Safe COVID practices will be observed.
- Spaces are limited for each camp session to allow for social distancing.
- Masks are mandatory and must be worn at all times.
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Go Outdoors ... Camp! Young campers will engage in outdoor nature activities, including hiking, aquatic adventures, and nature-inspired games and crafts. Campers will learn wildlife identification, explore wetlands, and encounter native wildlife while making new friends and memories. This camp offers several age-appropriate sessions for campers entering grades 1-6.
Jr. Naturalist Camp: This ecology-based camp for those entering grades 7-9 focuses on the identification, collection, and conservation of our native species.
Field Camp: This ecology-based camp for campers entering grades 10-12 focuses on field collection and study of our native species. Campers will also explore conservation and research career opportunities.