Wild at Art Nature Camp at Museum of American Bird Art Education Center
Our unique camp setting—part wildlife sanctuary, part art museum and studio—inspires creativity, promotes well-being, and enhances connections to nature. We provide a safe, fun-filled camp experience specially designed to nurture a child’s happiness and sense of wonder.
Campers ages 4.5-14 have fun and build lasting friendships while naturalists, teaching artists, and trained counselors lead them in outdoor explorations and creative art projects, including kiln-fired pottery, painting, mixed media, printmaking, and more.
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How to Register
To ensure a smooth registration process, please carefully review the Registration Instructions and log in to your registration account ahead of the registration opening day to check that your account, contact information, and Mass Audubon membership are active through the end of your camper’s last camp session.
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What Others Are Saying...
"After the very first day of camp, our daughter excitedly shared all of the activities she had done and happily let us know about the new friends she had made. We love that this camp nurtures creativity, curiosity, and appreciation for our natural environment." —2022 Camp Family
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