Can you tell a bird from its call? Identify a mammal from its prints in the mud? Ever wonder where flying squirrels live? How to catch a snake or a bullfrog? Come join us as we adventure through creeks, marshes, forests, and the many natural places of beauty we have to explore on The Heights campus and all around the metropolitan area. The various ingredients of this camp make for a fantastic summer experience. From the personal attention and fun atmosphere of learning, to the outdoor adventures and games, this is an experience hard to beat or imitate. Activities: short classes, nature walks, daily journal, creek exploration, games, field and fishing trips, and specimen collection. Session I will focus on mammals, reptiles, and birds. Session II will focus on insects and trees. Staff Brian Coyne teaches art in the middle and lower schools and natural history in the lower school. Contact Brian Coyne at The Heights School, firstname.lastname@example.org Notes Save plastic jars with caps and old shoes. The normal dress is basic outdoor attire (shorts and gym shoes). Campers should bring a bag lunch and drink from home.