Hog Island Audubon Camp has a rich history in American Ornithology with its first bird instructor, Roger Tory Peterson, to the birthplace of Audubon's Seabird Institute/Project Puffin.
Answers to common questions about Hog Island.
Hog Island Audubon Camp's Culinary Philosophy
Lodging at the Hog Island Audubon Camp
Read about what others are saying about Hog Island Audubon Camp!
Visitors on foot are welcome on both the mainland and island property any time dawn to dusk, seven days a week, year-round.
Driving and public transportation directions to get to Hog Island.
Scholarships from Hog Island, private donors, and partnering organizations
Information on how to reserve a place in Hog Island programs for a scholarship recipient.
Read more about our staff, instructors and guest speakers.
We pull from this talented pool of instructors whenever their schedules permit.
We always need volunteers. Find out how you can help!
Learn more about our birding and nature camp sessions for adults, teens, and families.
Designed for ages 15-19 years old.
Support Hog Island Audubon Camp and Project Puffin by giving a gift adoption or one for yourself!