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2019 Summer in Arizona is about to get a little buggy!

If creepy crawlers fascinate your child, then a summer bug camp is an ideal summer activity! Campers will learn about insect natural history and biodiversity through a series of fun project and activities. Campers collect insects and create their own insect collection, build their own bug, and cook and eat insect cuisine!

 

In addition to the “Summer Bug Camps” ExplorMor will also be hosting the “Traveling Arthropod Show” for school and public groups during the year.

 

Coming soon is a computational R-Code programming or Bioinformatic camp called “Biodiversity Counts!” for ages 12 and up. 

 The first camp with take place Monday, June 17, through, Friday, June 21, and the second camp will take place Monday, July 8, through Friday, July 12. Both camps run from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM and will be held at Willow Bend Environmental Center, Flagstaff, Arizona.

Contact Neil Stanley Cobb at 

neilscobb@gmail.com 

Lindsie, Paige and Lily (left to right) at the Red Rock State Park bug show

                   Pop-Up Bug Camps 

 

Pop-Up 1: Interact with live bugs from the insect zoo. Learn how to care for insect pets.

Pop-Up 2: Build your own bug! Construct your own bug using real insect parts.

Pop-Up 3:  Learn how to photograph a bug and contribute to a database.  

Pop-Up 4: Go on an insect scavenger hunt! Learn about insect diversity and conservation while searching for bugs.

Pop-Up 5: Make insect cuisine! Campers learn about the importance of insects as a source of food for many species, including humans. 

 

All of the supplies for camp activities are included in registration fee and children keep their own insect collections.