Turtle Bay to host Spring Break Camp – Exploring Food Webs

Turtle Bay Exploration Park will be hosting a Spring Break Camp – Exploring Food Webs April 6 – 10, 2015 from 9am – 4pm each day. Campers will join Turtle Bay educators and volunteers in various crafts and activities to learn about food webs. Each day will focus on a theme, starting with the sun and the energy it provides to kick-start the food web. Sequential days will build off the previous day as campers piece together the food web that can be found surrounding Turtle Bay.

Turtle Bay encourages interactive and hands-on learning that builds on prior knowledge, so campers will be encouraged to try new and different activities and experiments. Throughout the week campers will also have opportunities to attend Fish Feeds, Trainer Talks and visit the Parrot Playhouse and rotating exhibitions.

The camp is a chance for 8-12 year olds to participate in various science activities, crafts, games and an opportunity to explore everything Turtle Bay has to offer. Space is limited so register today. Camp is $160 for the week for members and $180 for nonmembers. Visit turtlebay.org, email   jdehate@turtlebay.org, or call 530-242-3108 for registration and more details.

About Turtle Bay Exploration Park
Turtle Bay Exploration Park is a fun, non-profit 300-acre gathering place featuring the Sundial Bridge, a museum, forestry & wildlife center, arboretum and botanical gardens. At the gateway to the Sacramento River Trails, Turtle Bay celebrates far Northern California as part of the world we share.

Mission: To inspire wonder, exploration, and appreciation of our world.

Vision: We envision Turtle Bay Exploration Park as a vibrant gathering place where our community is strengthened through education, cultural engagement and economic growth.

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