Children ages 9-11 can go wild with the BioPark this Spring Break.
Cost and Registration
$15 per child or $50 for all four camps
NM BioPark Society members
get 10% off.
Register online. For more information, call 505-848-7180.
What You Need to Know
- Open to children ages 9-11.
- Please arrive by 9:45 a.m.
Camp takes place rain or shine, and some activities are outdoors. Wear layers of clothing.
- Bring a lunch and water bottle.
Explore a world full of animals and plants at the ABQ BioPark during Spring Break! These camps for children 9-11 years old offer hands-on learning, games, stories and more. Girl Scouts can earn badges by participating.
2013 Camp Descriptions
Spring Wildlife Safari
When: March 12, 9:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Go on a safari at the Zoo! Join us for fun-filled day where you will learn about wildlife and endangered species in New Mexico and around the world. Watch sea lions dive, listen to elephants rumble and search for camouflaged critters. You'll be personally introduced to education animals, receive a Zoo Safari journal and create animal art.
Girl Scouts: Earn your Wildlife Badge.
Spring Water Journey
When: March 13, 9:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Dive into this adventure as you follow the course of the Rio Grande from Colorado to the sea. You'll search for mysterious freshwater creatures and tour the Aquarium to learn about amazing ocean animals. Then get up close and personal with animals in our Touchpool encounters.
Girl Scouts: Earn your Water Wonders Badge.
Spring Green Connection
When: March 14, 9:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Where: Botanic Garden
Uncover the fascinating world of plants from tiny seeds to towering trees. Find out how plants support the web of life on Earth and discover their wondrous uses. Visit animals at the Heritage Farm, and learn how "bugs" can be the heroes or villains of a garden. You'll create your own nature mosaic and plant a seed to take home and grow.
Girl Scouts: Earn your Plants and Animals Badge.
Spring Outdoor Adventure
When: March 15, 9:45 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Where: Tingley Beach
What do cottonwoods, catfish and coyotes have in common? They are all part of the amazing world in and around the Rio Grande. Take an exciting trek through the bosque to experience nature at the heart of the city. Gather clues about the forest, discover ways that plants and animals survive in the bosque, play nature games and learn what you can do to keep the bosque healthy and beautiful.
Girl Scouts: Earn your Wildlife Connections Badge.