July 10 to 15, 2016
SOLD OUT - Waitlist Only
The gorgeous forests, grasslands and remote islands of mid-coast Maine are home to many hawks, eagles, falcons, vultures and owls. Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of birds of prey, with a special emphasis on Maine's thriving osprey population - including the famous osprey pair Rachel and Steve, Hog Island's own online nest-cam stars.
You'll have a chance to work with some of the world's most respected raptor biologists, try your hand at raptor photography, hone your identification skills, and learn more about the critical role these birds play in the environment.
Prices: The prices below are listed per person and include meals, housing, instruction and all boat trips. Participants must arrange transportation to and from the Audubon dock in Bremen at the start and end of the session (see directions page).
$1095 twin bed in a shared double or triple room, shared bathroom
$1345 Osprey room - double bed, private bath, ocean view (dbl occupancy)
$1395 Private room - single bed, private room, shared bathroom
$1595 Helm Cabin - private cabin with bathroom, queen bed, porch, ocean view (dbl occupancy)
If the program or your preferred housing option is sold out, please add your name to the wait list. There are usually a few cancellations, and the first people on the wait list are almost always able to enroll. You can also email email@example.com or call (843) 340-8673, for updates on the wait list status.
Questions: For questions regarding the program, registration, lodging or meals, contact the Audubon Camp program manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or (843) 340-8673. Additional information about accommodations can be found on the lodging and frequently asked questions pages.
Please note that for these programs, there are NO prerequisites, and less experienced/enthusiastic spouses/friends are more than welcome to enroll in all sessions!
Tentative 2016 Instructors
Tim Gallagher, Editor-in-chief of Living Bird, the flagship publication of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology
Tom Johnson, Guide for Field Guides and Birding Magazine Columnist
Iain MacLeod, Director of Squam Lakes Natural Science Center