We believe in nurturing the curiosity, growth, and independent spirit of each camper, every year that they attend.
We have camps ranging from a half-week overnight camp or day camp for youngsters to three-week wilderness adventures family camp, one to two-week adventure camps, and wilderness trips for older campers, and everything in between!
Details coming soon
Love vacationing as a family? How about something that combines an outdoorsy experience with a warm meal, a place to rest your head, and many different activities for you and yours? All you need to pack is your sense of adventure and an excitement to learn.
Find lodging, cost and registration information here.
July 31 – August 6
For families ready to take the next step in outdoor adventuring
There’s exploring the trails near your house. Then there’s exploring the great outdoors in a setting you can’t find anywhere else. From the Boundary Waters to the Apostle Islands, our Wilderness Trips provide adventure for families who love to be outdoors together.
June 24 – July 1, 2022
The seven-day introductory courses are designed to provide both amateur birders and professional biologists with the skills necessary to participate in monitoring and research programs involving bird banding. A summary of the course appears below. For further details, see the Institute for Bird Populations website or contact instructor Danielle Kaschube.
July 3-7, 2022
The advanced classes are designed to help participants to fine-tune the banding skills they already possess and to advance their comprehension of molt strategies and ability to recognize molts limits and plumages on birds in hand. Classes are very individualized and the rate of progression will be dependent upon the skill level of the participants. There will be a concentration on details of feather morphology, plumages, and molt limits. A summary of the course appears below. For further details, see the Institute for Bird Populations website or contact instructor Danielle Kaschube.