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About the Camp
This year's OFO's Alan Wormington Memorial Camp for teen birders and naturalists will take place from Sunday, July 3 to Sunday, July 10. Campers must be 13 years old at the time of the camp.
Led by professional scientists and guides, the camp is designed to give campers an in-depth experience of the birds, moths, dragonflies, snakes, mushrooms and ecology of the park. Campers will participate in the Ontario Breeding Bird Atlas, contributing their finding to the atlas database. Campers will also have an opportunity to learn from the active researchers at the station and practice their wildlife photography skills.
Campers will stay at the Algonquin Wildlife Research Station in the heart of the park. Situated beside a small private lake in an untouched forest, the station is a hub for wildlife researchers and a perfect base for exploring the Algonquin Park natural environment.
A two night camping excursion is planned for the east side of the park. Campers will explore the unique habitat at the east side by canoe and on foot.
The cost is $700 for the week.
Thank you for registering your interest in the camp. More details will be forthcoming soon.