Weekly camp programs are designed to captivate, engage and challenge young people, building environmental knowledge and values.
Watch a pelican training session, experience animal visits from our live non-releasable animal ambassadors, prepare a meal for our desert tortoise, search for wild animal tracks out on the trail, play wildlife-themed games, and create nature crafts—it’s a camp experience that is sure to leave a lasting impression.
Please note our WildCare Member early registration dates for Summer Wildlife Camp. Click here to become a member by making a donation of $35 or more!
Scholarships are available. Applications are accepted after registration opens.
Registration for Winter Wildlife Camp 2019 now open! Click to register now!
January 2 – 4, 2019
9am – 3pm
Kids in 1st, 2nd and 3rd Grades
Fee: $220 non-members
$200 WildCare members (enter discount code on the billing page)
It’s a winter wonderland at WildCare!
Come out of hibernation and join us for a fun-filled week of camp—all about wildlife! Campers will have the opportunity to prepare meals for a tortoise, dissect an owl pellet, and make toys for a Turkey Vulture.
This unforgettable week of camp is packed full of animal encounters, nature exploration, wildlife-themed games, crafts and more!
Scholarships available! Click here for the Scholarship Request Form.
Dates for Summer Wildlife Camp for 2019 coming soon!
Early registration for Summer Wildlife Camp opens on February 6, 2019 for WildCare Members.
“My son had so much fun and learned so many new things about animals!”
“My daughter loved it and the teachers were really lovely.”
“My daughter especially liked learning about and seeing live animals up close.”
“The staff were really kind with the children and made it fun and inclusive. My daughter didn’t know the other children but she still felt included and happy there.”
“Wildlife Camp is educational and priced well. My kid had a great time.”
“My daughter was happy and excited to come to camp each day.”
“My son loves it and was sad when it was over.”