Tadpoles, snakes and Michigan's ecology and history are part of the fun and learning at Albion College’s Whitehouse Nature Center camps for elementary-age children.
Nature Explorer camps, for children entering grades 1-3, take place June 29-July 1 and August 17-19, from 10-noon each day. Camp activities include: searching for tadpoles and fish, learning about Michigan snakes and learning about Michigan Native American crafts and games.
A Junior Outdoor Adventure camp, for children entering grades 4-6, take place July 20-22, 10 a.m. to noon each day. This camp focuses on Michigan ecology, plants and animals and the cultural history of Michigan Native Americans.
These camps are free and open to elementary children in the greater Albion community. Registration for each camp is required by the Friday before each camp. To register or for more information, contact David Green, director of the Whitehouse Nature Center, at 517/629-0582 or .