5 - 12 (Coed)
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This week campers will explore what’s going on in the water! The Humber is the largest watershed in the Toronto region. With 755 species of plants, 42 species of fish, and over 185 animal species, the Humber watershed contains a huge amount of importance to the Toronto region’s biodiversity. Campers will explore the river and its surrounding area to learn more about the many creatures that make it their home.
Special activities this week may include river netting, portaging, raft building, and river science for the senior campers. For the younger campers there may be toy duck races, raft races, and beaver dam building. Every week at nature camp includes nature walks, art & ecology, natural mindfulness, eco-games, and swimming.
See the video from Humber River (Week 2) 2017 on YouTube.
Join us at the Humber Arboretum this summer, "Where Learning is Natural!"
205 Humber College Blvd
|Jul 09-13, 2018||$245|
Recreational Instructional Intense or Competitive