MARINE MAMMAL MONDAY
Singing about a gray whale and making orca noises!
TOUCH TANK TUESDAY
|Before we visited the touch tanks, Valerie told us about some of the animals |
we might see. In the picture above we are all pretending to be crabs that just molted
and are waiting for their new shells to harden.
|Heather encourages Campers to touch!|
|We explored and learned about animals that live under the floating dock.|
WILD WOODS WEDNESDAY
|The woods are always full of surprises. During camp we observed deer, birds, |
bugs, a banana slug, and even a family of river otters!
SECOND TO LAST DAY (THURSDAY) SALMON SURPRISE
|Salmon depend on a healthy stream at the beginning and end of their lives. Above are 29 interpretations of what a healthy stream should look like. What might a healthy stream look like to you?|
|Our time of Friday was devoted to the tidepools. |
We strapped on our boots (many of us still managing to get wet) and EXPLORED.
Heather and Valerie