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Reminder: Applications due soon for Birding Camp Scholarship for Teen

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Cynthia Ehlinger
Mon, Apr 5, 2021 8:17 PM

Deadline is this Saturday!

Now accepting CT teen applications for

Connecticut Ornithological Association’s

Zepko Audubon Camp Scholarship

Monhegan and Hog Island Birding for Teens

July 18-23, 2021

Designed for ages 14-17 only

Application deadline April 10, 2021

This 6-day, 5-night Audubon program on Hog Island in Maine allows young
birders to connect with people their own age, learn field identification
and explore bird ecology. An emphasis will be placed on field journals, the
Maine Bird Atlas and seabird conservation. A tour of the Mad River Decoys
by Audubon workshop will be provided, including a paint-your-own decoy
activity. Teens will learn about conservation projects around the world and
see how decoys are used to restore bird species.

All campers must comply with the strict camp COVID-19 Camp Guidelines | Hog
Island Audubon Camp

– Please read https://hogisland.audubon.org/covid-19guidelines
https://hogisland.audubon.org/covid-19guidelines?fbclid=IwAR1fi4r0YXz9qki_C8wNlv6l4JcUIBS1R7IG7bzw4qQY97LygUBGT97_xsI
before
applying.

Details and application link at https://www.ctbirding.org/news/
https://www.ctbirding.org/news/?fbclid=IwAR2t6vgD0-FRMAa2OEFDkmvIwRGYJ2xhkAhwNHDxiwx3Yfd0woIow1hEB9Y

Cynthia S. Ehlinger
cynthia.ehlinger@gmail.com
for Connecticut Ornithological Association

Deadline is this Saturday! Now accepting CT teen applications for Connecticut Ornithological Association’s Zepko Audubon Camp Scholarship Monhegan and Hog Island Birding for Teens July 18-23, 2021 Designed for ages 14-17 only Application deadline April 10, 2021 This 6-day, 5-night Audubon program on Hog Island in Maine allows young birders to connect with people their own age, learn field identification and explore bird ecology. An emphasis will be placed on field journals, the Maine Bird Atlas and seabird conservation. A tour of the Mad River Decoys by Audubon workshop will be provided, including a paint-your-own decoy activity. Teens will learn about conservation projects around the world and see how decoys are used to restore bird species. All campers must comply with the strict camp COVID-19 Camp Guidelines | Hog Island Audubon Camp – Please read https://hogisland.audubon.org/covid-19guidelines <https://hogisland.audubon.org/covid-19guidelines?fbclid=IwAR1fi4r0YXz9qki_C8wNlv6l4JcUIBS1R7IG7bzw4qQY97LygUBGT97_xsI> before applying. Details and application link at https://www.ctbirding.org/news/ <https://www.ctbirding.org/news/?fbclid=IwAR2t6vgD0-FRMAa2OEFDkmvIwRGYJ2xhkAhwNHDxiwx3Yfd0woIow1hEB9Y> Cynthia S. Ehlinger cynthia.ehlinger@gmail.com for Connecticut Ornithological Association