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Summer Camp - Monarch Butterfly Ecology   


Are you 6-12 years old and interested in learning about monarch butterflies?

If you are, then join us for camp this summer!

Enjoy the following:

  • A week-long summer camp designed for kids 6-12 years old
  • Explore basic concepts in monarch biology, ecology, and conservation.
  • Experience hands-on butterfly education.
  • Learn about wildlife conservation.
Indoor Activities
  • build a plant press
  • learn to identify plants
  • pin and identify insects
  • arts and crafts
  • seed bomb activity
  • monitor a real life monarch caterpillar
  • special guest speakers
Outdoor Activities
  • insect collection
  • plant collection
  • migration activity
  • the egg game
  • visit to UTSA’s pollinator garden
  • outdoor picnics
  • and much more!!!

 


There will be two opportunities to attend in 2018:
  • July 9-13       • July 16-20

Camp will be held at UTSA’s main campus in the Multidisciplinary Studies (MS) Building, room 3.02.52

Camp begins at 8:00 am and ends at 4:00 pm each day.
Drop off is from 7:00-8:00 am and pick up is at 4:00 pm.
(Additional charges apply for campers picked up after 5:00 pm)

Campers should bring a sack lunch. Drinks and snacks will be provided.

» Click here for the 2018 Summer Camp flyer.
» Click here for the 2018 Summer Camp registration form.


For more information about monarch butterfly research at UTSA, check out our website:
Monarch Butterflies and Milkweed in Texas.