There are quite a few New Orleans summer camps to choose from and at this age, your child has specific interests. Audubon Conservation Heroes Camp is for those children that are interested in animals and learning about the natural environment.
Conservation Heroes will learn how they can become the next leaders in conservation, while engaging in hands-on activities, games and projects, weekly field trips, meeting animals and exploring the outdoors.
Camp runs from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Extended Care is available.
Before Care (7:30 AM – 8:45 AM): $50/week
After Care (3:15 PM - 5:30 PM): $70/week
Ages: 11-13 years old
Camp Themes & Dates:
The Zoo Camp experience features four-weeks of unique curriculum, and there are two sessions available to attend. Campers may register for individual weeks, or for a single four-week session.
For the best camp experience possible, we suggest campers are registered for each theme only once.
Wetland Warriors (June 1-5)
Secrets of the Savanna (June 8-12)
Rainforest Allies (June 15-19)
Oceania Explorers (June 22-26)
Wetland Warriors (July 6-10)
Secrets of the Savanna (July 13-17)
Rainforest Allies (July 20-24)
Oceania Explorers (July 27-31)
$330 per week for Members
$360 per week for Non-Members
There are no refunds.
Education Programs Refund & Cancellation Policy
Should you cancel or miss your reserved Audubon Education program, please consider your payment a donation to support Audubon Nature Institute’s mission. If education programming is canceled by Audubon Nature Institute due to extreme weather or other circumstances beyond Audubon’s control, the Education Department will strive to accommodate your program request by rescheduling your program or, when possible, by offering alternative program options.
Extreme weather conditions include but are not limited to excessive hot or cold temperatures, severe weather, or dangerous driving conditions. In extreme heat situations, defined as a heat index of 100 or above, live animals are prohibited from use in educational programming to ensure their safety.