The exciting 2014 line-up includes The Arts of Birding and a new offering - Raptor Rapture. It will teach ways to add to your birding experience. Or, if you’re not a birder you’ll still find something to enjoy. Family Camp is always a hit. Don’t hesitate to sign-up for a program as registrations before all the spots are gone.
Below is the schedule for 2014, starting with Maine Seabird Biology and Conservation on June 1 and continuing through 9 sessions until September 14.
2014 Audubon Camp in Maine Programs at Hog Island
|June 1-5||Maine Seabird Biology and Conservation – Spring|
|June 8-13||Joy of Birding|
|June 15-20||Field Ornithology and Maine Coastal Birding for Teens|
|June 22-27||The Arts of Birding and Maine Coastal Birding for Teens|
|July 13-18||Chapter Leadership Week and NEW Raptor Rapture|
|July 20-25||Sharing Nature: An Educator’s Week|
|August 12-17||Family Camp|
|September 7-12||Fall Seabird Biology and Conservation|
|September 14-19||Living on the Wind: Fall Migration and Monhegan Island|