720 Sheridan Avenue
Science Camping Trip for youth age 11–15
Drop the kids off at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West at 8:30 a.m. July 23, and pick them up July 25 at 4 p.m.
An exciting three-day, two-night science adventure in the Big Horn Mountains. While camping at the Ten Sleep Preserve, we’ll be working with our Draper Natural History Museum scientists to study the butterflies of the region, and how they can be indicators for ecological health. Students learn about the ecology of the region and participate in protecting critical habitat. So, grab your sleeping bag, a day pack, and let’s go!
Advanced registration is required. Cost is $95 per student, with a special rate of $85 per student for Buffalo Bill Center of the West members.
Scholarships may be available by contacting Interpretive Specialist Emily Buckles at [email protected] or 307-578-4110.
CLICK HERE to register for our Butterfly Bonanza Science Camping Trip
The Center’s summer educational programs are made possible through a generous grant from the R. Harold Burton Foundation.