A shore-based summer camp for rising 1st-2nd & 3rd-5th graders

Anacortes, WA - CV19 Policies

What

 

Puffin Protectors includes:

  • "Tuff Puff" plushy adoption

  • Boat ride to explore James Island with our partners, Island Express

  • Forest to shore hiking adventures

  • Marine bird discovery & identification 

  • Marine ecosystem connections, such as how orcas are related to Puffins

  • Tidal pool exploration

  • Microscope observations

  • Nature & ecofriendly art projects

  • Nature Calm with yoga & mindfulness

  • Environmental service project

  • 12:3 student-to-teacher ratio

  • Camp t-shirt

Where

 

Puffin Protectors is held on beautiful Fidalgo Island. The specific location will vary based on age group and programming.

 

Every program also includes a special boat ride and hiking adventure on James Island.

James Island features emerald coves, forested trails, spectacular views and an isthmus with two white sand beaches!

We can't wait to explore with you. 

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When

June 23-25, 2021   |  rising 1st-2nd  |  $395

August 2-6, 2021   |  rising 3rd-5th  |  $595

August 9-11, 2021 |  rising 1st-2nd  |  $395

Time: 9AM-3PM

Why

We are so passionate about introducing students to the incredible marine life that depends on the classroom right outside our doorstep. 

 

We hope each of our programs initaties a desire to protect our planet.

Seeing Tufted Puffins is highly unlikely as the Washington state population is endangered. In our state, they are now only found on two remote islands in the Salish Sea and on the coast.

Click an orange circle below to enroll!

$75 non-refundable deposit due at time of enrollment

*You can apply for a full or partial scholarship, please send in your application before enrolling. 

Cancellation Policy: $5 service fee will be deducted from each refund 

Refunds are not available if the student cancels within 60 days of the class date. 

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