ABA Young Birder CampsGreg Neise2020-05-18T11:25:58-04:00
New birds, new friends, new experiences
Each year the American Birding Association and its partners offer some fantastic events for young birders, enabling them to get out, discover more about birds, and go birding with others in their age group. Attending workshops, conferences, camps, and conventions gives these young people a unique opportunity to experience birding, learn about bird ecology and identification, and just have fun with their peers.
The ABA would like to thank Rockjumper Worldwide Birding Adventures, lead sponsor of the ABA Young Birder Camps!
Due to COVID19, Summer Camps are closed for 2020.
Feel free to check out the programs here, and watch for 2021 dates as soon as we are able to confirm them.
July 18—24, 2020 Open to all birders aged 13 to 18 Membership in the ABA is required for attendance.
Join us as we explore Colorado from grassland to glaciers. From the shortgrass prairie of northeastern Colorado to the aspen groves and alpine tundra of Rocky Mountain National Park, Camp Colorado has it all!
July 30—August 6, 2020 Open to all birders aged 13 to 18 Membership in the ABA is required for attendance.
Now in its ninth year, Camp Avocet is based at the mouth of Delaware Bay in Lewes, Delaware, within easy reach of some of North America’s most celebrated birding hotspots including Bombay Hook, Prime Hook, and Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuges, Cape May, NJ and many more.
July 31—August 6, 2020 Open to all birders aged 15 to 19 Membership in the ABA is required for attendance.
Join this joint American Birding Association and Hog Island Audubon Camp camp session heading to Costa Rica! The camp will include trips to La Selva Biological Station, La Paz Waterfall Gardens, Bogarin Nature Reserve, and a night program at Tirimbina Biological Station.