Programs

Audubon Adventure Camp

A nature-based, fully inclusive experience perfect for campers between the ages of 4 and 8!

Every weekly session begins with an all-camp welcome and ends with an all-camp show. Our campers build lasting friendships with their peers as they create, explore, investigate and, most importantly, enjoy the great outdoors.  Audubon Adventure Summer Camp is a proud Partner of the National Inclusion Program.  We welcome campers of ALL abilities.

 

June 5th through June 9th Discovering Nature Under ground, in the air, on the trees, even at the beach animals make the world go round! And some even help us get or get rid of our food! We’ll use bug boxes, magnifiers, and our eyes to search for cool critters and learn why they are all so important to our earth!
June 12th through 16th Living on the Bay Our Bay is teeming with life and constantly changing! This week campers will explore the mudflats and and marshes surrounding the Bay. We’ll learn about the birds, fish, sharks and even whales that enjoy its waters. Discover how the ever-changing water itself and everything living within and around it are connected.
June 19th through 23rd Shark Week 1 Why do hundreds of leopard sharks visit Richardson Bay every summer? Who are the Bay’s important predators and prey? From five-foot sharks to the tiniest plankton, we’ll discover the players in our Bay’s diverse food web.
June 26th through 30th Tidal Adventures Campers will enjoy the lower tides this week and explore all our amazing bay shore has to offer. From geology, sand, mud, water and invertebrates to shorebirds we'll delve into what makes the edges along our bay special places.  
July 3rd, 5th through 7th (***Tuesday, July 4th is a holiday) Mud Warriors 1 Bay mud is deep, it’s rich, it’s messy, and it’s super fun to explore! Over it, on it, or under it, we’ll discover a world of fascinating creatures from crabs to anemones to crazy-looking worms that live in our bay mudflats. 
July 10th through 14th Shark Week 2 Why do hundreds of leopard sharks visit Richardson Bay every summer? Who are the Bay’s important predators and prey? From five-foot sharks to the tiniest plankton, we’ll discover the players in our Bay’s diverse food web.
July 17th through 21st Shoreline Survivors Campers will need to awaken their survival instincts as they forage for edible plants, build  shelters, and get to know the plants, wildlife, and birds with whom we share the Sanctuary. Together we'll honor and explore what life was like living off the land.
July 24th through 28th Water Detectives All life depends on water! Campers will have a blast experimenting with water’s amazing properties and learning why it is vital for all living things. In this wet and wild week, science and art will come together to provide surprising and fun results! 
July 31st through August 4th Shark Week 3 Why do hundreds of leopard sharks visit Richardson Bay every summer? Who are the Bay’s important predators and prey? From five-foot sharks to the tiniest plankton, we’ll discover the players in our Bay’s diverse food web.
August 7th through 11th Mud Warriors 2 Bay mud is deep, it’s rich, it’s messy, and it’s super fun to explore! Over it, on it, or under it, we’ll discover a world of fascinating creatures from crabs to anemones to crazy-looking worms that live in our bay mudflats. 

FAQs

General Information
Audubon Adventure Summer Camp is for children ages 4 to 8 years old.  Please do not ask us to make exceptions for younger campers.  For campers between the ages of 9 and 11, check out Expedition Camp or On the Fly.  Campers over the age of 11, should register for our summer Audubon Youth Leaders program.

Register Online
The camp registration system is completely online.  Click on the links above to begin. For individuals requesting a scholarship position, please the form below and mail it to:

Casey Arndt
Richardson Bay Audubon Center & Sanctuary
376 Greenwood Beach Road
Tiburon, CA 94920

 A $50 deposit will hold your place in the program.

Cost and Time
One week of Audubon Adventure Summer Camp is $400, excluding the week of July 3rd, which is $320.  Camp runs Monday through Friday from 9am until 3pm.  Drop-off begins at 8:30am.

Waitlist
If a program is full or your desired housing option is not available (e.g. a single room), you may add your name to the wait list.  There are always cancellations for programs, so we strongly encourage the use of the wait list.  Register as you normally would and you'll automatically be placed on this list.

Questions: For questions regarding programs, registration, contact the Engagement and Operations Managerr.  Check out a sample daily schedule below.

Engagement and Operations Manager Information:
Email: carndt@audubon.org
(415) 388-2524 x111
 

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