December 26-31, 2017
Teen ages 15-18 years old
Hog Island Audubon Camp's Culinary Philosophy
Baby puffins in the Gulf of Maine faced drastically different fates this breeding season when warmer ocean waters caused a shortfall in fish.
The nest is located on Hog Island, Maine, and is one that Audubon and Explore.org stream live video from each year.
A new study shows that climate change and commercial fisheries are affecting the fish that young puffins eat—along with their survival.
The seventh annual contest came down to the wire—a true photo finish.
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Formerly Unknown Migration Revealed in Gulf of St. Lawrence and U.S. Continental Shelf
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2017 camp registration opens Oct. 20th at 10am ET.
We have some of the most brilliant ornithologists, authors, artists, and educators as part of our staff.
Scholarships available for 2016 camp sessions.