The live camp runs from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and costs $80 for the four days; the online camp runs 9-11 a.m. and costs $45. The camp is open to children entering the second through fifth grades.
“Due to COVID-19, we wanted to give parents the option to do what they are the most personally comfortable with,” said AgriLife Extension agent Emily Grant of Val Verde County. “The live camp is limited to just 20 children, and the deadline for both camps is July 1, so we encourage parents to register now.”
Topics covered at the wildlife camp will include learning about snakes, fish, quail and bugs. The live camp will feature hands-on adventures and activities. Online camp participants will receive a camp activity box in the mail in advance.
The live camp will take place at the Dink Wardlaw Agriculture Complex, 300 E. 17th St. in Del Rio. The Zoom platform will host the virtual camp.
For questions or further information contact Grant by phone at 830-774-7591 or email.