2019 Art & Ecology Camp

The Mississippi Wildlife Federation, in partnership with the Mississippi
Department of Environmental Quality and the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council, invite you to our first annual youth camp!

Get ready for a summer to remember with Mississippi Wildlife Federation! Spend a fun-packed week at 12 Oaks Conservation Park in Ocean Springs learning about how scientists and artists work together to observe and care for our natural world. 

Ages:     9 – 12 years old
Cost:     $85 per child
Date:     July 22 – 26, 2019
Time:     8:30 am – 3:00 pm

 Campers will spend the morning inside and outside on the beautiful grounds of 12 Oaks Conservation Park learning ecology concepts through observation and documentation. We will hear from experts in understanding watershed (big picture), local coastal habitats, and wildlife (small focus). Campers will also visit the Audubon Center on the Pascagoula River for a special lesson in ecology. The afternoons will bring these ecology ideas into focus with art instruction by celebrated Mississippi artist, Robin Whitfield. For questions, please call Leah Bray, 228-355-1431 or email leahbray1@yahoo.com

 REGISTER HERE

To make payment via credit card, please call 601-605-1790.

To pay by check, mail to:

Mississippi Wildlife Federation
517 Cobblestone Court
Suite 2
Madison, MS 39110
** make checks payable to “Mississippi Wildlife Federation.”

“This project was paid for with federal funding from the Gulf Coast Ecosystem Restoration Council and the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality under the Resources and Ecosystems Sustainability, Tourist Opportunities, and Revived Economies of the Gulf Coast States Act of 2012 (RESTORE Act). This document was prepared by the Mississippi Wildlife Federation using Federal funds under Award Number GNTCP17MS0020 from the RESTORE Council. The statements, findings, conclusions, and recommendations are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the RESTORE Council or the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality.”