After the exciting first-ever Adult Day Camp last fall, the staff at the Audubon Nature Center could hardly wait till spring to offer another experience with completely different topics.
With a full staff of naturalists, Adult Day Camp at the Nature Center will be from 12:30-4 p.m. on Wednesday through Friday, April 27-29. This is an opportunity to discover some new ways to look at nature.
You can learn about all the amazing things that are happening outside in spring. Over the course of three afternoons, adult campers will go out to explore and learn about natural wonders, from vernal pools to birds to wild foods.
The experience will be led by Nature Center staff Ruth Lundin, Sarah Hatfield, Katie Finch, and Jeff Tome. With a high level of expertise, each will choose one of their favorite topics and teach things they are passionate about.
Every afternoon may include a walk as far as a mile, so participants need to be sure to dress for the weather.
The fee is $80, or $60 for Friends of the Nature Center. Paid reservations are required by Monday, April 25: Stop by, call (716) 569-2345 during business hours, or use the online form by clicking on “Adult Day Camp” at www.jamestownaudubon.org.