Wildlife Camp



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Virtual Winter Wildlife Camp

Dates: Dec 28, 2020 – Jan 1, 2021 – Camp will be in session on January 1st
Session: 10:00am -12:00pm with 20 campers

For grades 2-5

Cost: $250 non-member and $230 member

Join our interactive Winter Camp over Zoom to learn how wild animals have adapted to the changing seasons! Meet a different Wildlife Ambassador animal each day, and create fun wildlife crafts alongside other campers and our wildlife educator. Investigate fascinating taxidermy, share stories, play games, and learn about amazing animal adaptations for winter survival. Visit our Winter Camp Online Portal after each session for more activities, jokes, puzzles, recipes, and wonderful WildCare videos to enjoy at your own pace! Register for either the morning or afternoon Zoom session, and pick up a complimentary packet of printed activities from WildCare before the week of camp.


Please note that children not registered for WildCare’s Virtual Wildlife Camp are not permitted to view or participate in the Zoom sessions.

Cancellation Policy: 

Cancellations made more than two weeks prior to the session’s start date will incur a $50 administrative fee. 

Cancellations made less than two weeks prior to the session’s start date are non-refundable. 

There are no partial refunds for missed days.


Kids and parents alike love WildCare’s Wildlife Camp!Meeting the tortoise. Photo by Tory Russell

“My son had so much fun and learned so many new things about animals!”

“My daughter loved it and the teachers were really lovely.”

“My daughter especially liked learning about and seeing live animals up close.”

“The staff were really kind with the children and made it fun and inclusive. My daughter didn’t know the other children but she still felt included and happy there.”

“Wildlife Camp is educational and priced well. My kid had a great time.”

“My daughter was happy and excited to come to camp each day.”

“My son loves it and was sad when it was over.”