Audubon Near You
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All camp sessions are five-night/six-day programs led by expert ornithologists, artists, and educators. Hog Island Audubon Camp 2019 program registration will open October 15, 2018!
Hone your birding skills with some of America's top birders
Experience Atlantic Puffins on Maine nesting islands with researchers.
Immerse yourself in a week of all things avian
Observe Audubon’s seabird conservation field research in action.
Birding from Borestone Mountain Sanctuary to Hog Island, Maine.
Drawing and Photographing Birds and Nature
Immerse yourself in raptors
Instructors share favorite methods/activities for engaging children and adults with nature
A unique opportunity for families to enjoy nature together
Learn how to attract birds to properties large and small
Formerly known as: Maine Seabird Biology and Conservation by Road Scholar.
Work alongside Audubon biologists to create new nesting habitat
December 27, 2018-January 1, 2019
Teen ages 15-18 years old
Learn about the remarkable lives of Birds of Prey from renowned raptor researchers and engaging ornithologists at your leisure and in your home.
More information for campers, with downloadable sample schedules.
List of selected sample field trips.
Read about what others are saying about Hog Island Audubon Camp!
Learn more about our birding and nature camp sessions for adults, teens, and families.
Join us December 27, 2018-January 1, 2019
Designed for 15-17 year olds.
Support Hog Island Audubon Camp and Project Puffin by giving a gift adoption or one for yourself!