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S.L.O.T.H. Day Camp - Science Learning On The Hill 

Barn Hill Preserve's science camp is the perfect place for aspiring zookeepers to learn more about the wild world around them. Campers will work hands on with our animals and staff to build lasting impressions that will inspire them to chase their goals. We hope to give campers an experience that they will carry with them into their future. Camp curriculum will include an interactive journey through five unique classes of organisms. Each day of camp will include a field sample hike, enrichment project, class, lab, and team building exercise. Campers will learn to use a variety of field/lab equipment including microscopes, field guides, and training clickers. They will also learn important techniques such as sample collection, egg incubation, animal identification, diet preparation, basic animal training, and captive enrichment techniques. 

Week 1 - June 4th - 8th

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Week 2 - June 25th - 29th

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Weekly Schedule

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Daily Schedule 

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Camp Details:

Camp Registration Cost: $275 per week
  • Age: 10 - 14 yrs
  • Camp capacity: 10 campers

Registration Includes:

  • Five day summer day camp (8:00 - 5:00 p.m.)
  • Camp t-shirt
  • Animal training clicker
  • Printed photo with two-toed sloth

Dates:

  • Week 1: Monday, June 4th - Friday June 8th
  • Week 2: Monday, June 25th - Friday, June 29th
  • *Additional weeks will be added as registration for camp fills. 

Required for Camp:

  • Water bottle
  • Daily lunch (refrigeration provided)
  • Change of clothes
  • Closed toed shoes
  • Medical release form
  • Permission Slip (provided)

Camp Director:

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Bailey Murry
Barn Hill Preserve - General Manager
LSU Bachelor of Science - Natural Resource Ecology & Management - Conservation Biology

Head Counselor:

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Lindsay Mullen 
Barn Hill Preserve - Education Coordinator
LSU Bachelor of Science - Natural Resource Ecology & Management - Wildlife Ecology