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Jun 10, 2011

Belize Audubon Society’s summer camps for kids and adults

Dirk Francisco

Summer is drawing closer and one yearly environmental staple has returned.  Registration for the Belize Audubon Society’s annual summer camps for kids, teens and adults have begun.  According to Audubon’s Publicity Coordinator, Dirk ‘the Birdman’ Francisco, participants have a choice of seven camps in which they can learn while exploring nature.

Dirk Francisco, Publicity Coordinator, Belize Audubon Society

“Belize Audubon Society, again, because it’s summertime in Belize, we’re having several summer camp programs. I think we have a total of seven summer camps. One for all ages; we have from kids all the way to families. As usual, we have the birds summer camp, Birds of a Feather Flock Together, which is only for a dollar. And then one of the more exciting summer camps is prowling with the jaguars at Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary and then we have the photography summer camp, which is quite popular. Spaces for that camp is very, very limited and we have several other summer camp programs that engages people out into the outdoors. But this year, Jose, we’re trying to have more fun than normal so we encourage anyone and everyone to sign up for the Belize Audubon Society summer camp program.”

Jose Sanchez

“How can they get in contact with you?”

Dirk Francisco

“To participate in the summer camp activities, all you have to do is call the office to reserve your space. The number is 223-5004.”

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