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E-K Monarchs.jpgEco-Kids is a three-day mini-camp especially for children ages 4–5 years old, in which they learn about a variety of topics through crafts, hikes, stories, snacks and other activities.

Fee: $25/child/program

Preregistration is required. To check for space availability, you may call the Blue Jay Center for Environmental Education at 919-870-4330. To register, you will need to submit a completed registration form and payment by mail or in person.

Register now for:

Eco-Kids Animal Babies Mini-Camp
June 9, 11 & 13, 9–11 a.m. or 1–3 p.m.
Ages 4–5 Fee: $25/child  (Track 4, traditional, homeschool)
Animal babies come in many forms, from the cute fox kit to the interesting larvae of dragonflies. Come learn about the similarities and differences of the many different animal babies through crafts, stories, snacks and more.
Eco-Kids Aquatic Adventures Mini-Camp
July 7, 9 & 11, 9–11 a.m. or 1–3 p.m.
Ages 4–5 Fee: $25/child  (Track 4, traditional, homeschool)
Frogs and newts and water bugs—oh my! Meet many kinds of aquatic critters as we explore Blue Jay Point's pond, streams and shores of Falls Lake. We'll also spend time learning about all things aquatic through crafts, stories, snacks and more!
Eco-Kids Incredible Insects Mini-Camp
August 11, 13 & 15, 1–3 p.m.
Ages 4–5 Fee: $25/child  (Track 3, traditional, homeschool)
Ladybugs, butterflies and dragonflies are just some of the amazing insects that live all around us. How are they alike? How are they different? Come explore Blue Jay Point habitats as we seek them out. Listen to creepy-crawly stories, make some critter crafts and enjoy yummy buggy snacks.



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