Drumlin Farm Summer Camp at Wolbach Farm
Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Summer Camp program provides children with an opportunity to connect with nature. SVT’s Wolbach Farm headquarters in Sudbury is a satellite site for the program, which is run and staffed entirely by Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm.
These three-day to five-day, nature-focused sessions are designed for campers entering Pre-K to Grade 1. Sensory explorations develop young campers’ connections to the natural world as they play, use their imaginations, and explore various habitats around Wolbach Farm.
All programs run from 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
WINGS AND THINGS, June 26–30: Birds, bats, and insects have mastered the art of flight. Hike through woods and meadows in search of your favorite fliers.
ANIMAL SENSES, July 5–7: Can you see like a hawk or smell like a coyote? What does the rabbit hear with its great big ears? Learn about animals’ extraordinary abilities and how they help them survive.
WILD DETECTIVES, July 10–14: Find mammals, amphibians, plants, flowers, and insects through short hikes, hands-on and sensory awareness activities, and nature crafts.
FUZZY WUZZIES, July 17–21: Explore the colorful world of caterpillars. Learn about the process of metamorphosis and see beautiful caterpillars and butterflies up close.
WHAT’S IN YOUR BACKYARD? July 24–28: Your backyard is full of nature. Explore Wolbach Farm and learn about the amazing plants and animals that inhabit our neighborhoods.
MARVELOUS MAMMALS, July 31–August 4: Meet a mammal up close, practice tracking and identification, learn about their behaviors and adaptations, and get a hands-on look at skins and skulls.
SPINELESS WONDERS, August 8–10: Search for bugs, slugs, and spiders while playing games that show you how they eat, hide, move, and find mates.
QUESTIONS, Registration, and Contact Information
(If you need to contact the camp counselors during the camp day, please use the above contact information. Do not contact the SVT office.)