Teatown’s Natural Science Summer Day Camp, Ossining

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Attention budding naturalists, it’s time for Teatown Summer Camp!  Fill your child’s day with up-close investigations, eco-art, hiking, nature play and habitat explorations. Openings remain for our 6-9-year-old full-day camp and 4-5 year-old half-day camp. Two-week sessions begin June 25, 2012.   Half day: 9am-12pm, Members $355, Non-members $400.  Full day: 9am-3pm, Members $685, Non-members $730.  Extended care available. Teatown Lake Reservation is a nonprofit, environmental organization with a nature education center and 834-acre preserve located in the Towns of Yorktown, Cortlandt and New Castle. Teatown’s mission is to conserve open space and to educate and involve the regional community in order to sustain the diversity of wildlife, plants and habitats for future generations. Teatown’s preserve includes the 33-acre Teatown Lake; 15 miles of trails; habitats including streams, a scenic gorge, hardwood swamps, mixed forests, meadows, hemlock and laurel groves; numerous live animals and exhibits in our living museum/nature center, including nine birds of prey; and a two-acre wildflower preserve (Wildflower Island) with some 230 species of native and endangered wildflowers.  Nature Camp: Teatown, 1600 Spring Valley Road, Ossining. For more information, call 914-762-2912 x111 or visit www.Teatown.org