Main Office: 541-230-1220 | Wildlife Hotline: 541-745-5324
Wildlife Hospital very busy: please call hotline before bringing in an animal
Our week-long programs immerse campers in the richness of wildlife! These themed camps provide a detailed exploration of the topics at hand. See below for a list and details of this year’s upcoming camps.
All camps are Monday – Friday from 9am-3pm. We offer post-care from 3-5:15pm for $15/per day (per child).
We are excited to announce that we can offer partial scholarships (50%) and a limited number of full scholarships (100%) to each of our summer camps this year to those who qualify. We encourage all families to review our scholarship application process to determine eligibility!
Registration is now LIVE for 2022!
- Our main registration form is available online at this link.
- You may call or email us to request assistance and/or another registration format.
- If you plan to send multiple children to camp, each child must be registered separately.
- Please review our Youth Education Program policies prior to registration.
- Waiting List: If a program is full, please call or email us to be added to the waitlist.
Wild About Wetlands
Week one: June 20 – 24
AGES 7 – 9. Explore our creek and pond to learn about the plants and animals that live there!
Week two: June 27 – July 1
AGES 9 – 11. What makes an ecosystem thrive? Discover how living things in nature work and live together.
Week three: July 11 – 15
AGES 7 – 9. Imagination takes flight as we zoom in on our winged friends, from bugs to bats to birds!
Week four: July 18 – 22
AGES 9-11. Become an expert on the plants and animals that are native to the Willamette Valley.
Week five: July 25 – 29
AGES 7-9. A deeper dive into all things creepy and crawly. What insects will we uncover at CWC?
Jr. Wildlife Rehabbers
Week six: August 1 – 5
AGES 9-11. Learn about the basics of wildlife rehab from our seasoned staff! We’ll practice kid-friendly (but life-saving!) ways to respond to an animal in need.
Reptiles & Amphibians
Week seven: August 8 – 12
AGES 7-9. Lizards, frogs, newts – oh my! Take a closer look at these cold-blooded creatures.
Weeks eight & ten: August 15 – 19; or August 29 – Sept 2
AGES 9-11. Learn and test basic survival skills including how to find shelter, water, and food.
Note: this session is repeated – we hear that kids who attend both do have fun both times!
Week nine: August 22 – 26
AGES 7-9. What will we find waiting in the woods? Explore and observe trees, mosses, insects, birds – and more!
Chintimini Wildlife Center must receive cancellation requests two weeks prior to the first day of any program to be eligible for a full refund. Cancellation requests made within the two-week period may be eligible for credit toward a future youth program.
Please send cancellation requests to firstname.lastname@example.org.