Camp BioPark offers students opportunity to learn outside of virtual classroom

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WATCH: Full interview with Jessica Washburn, zoo education coordinator at ABQ BioPark

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The ABQ BioPark is providing engaging opportunities to learn outside of the virtual classroom. In order to assist families and students, the BioPark is offering a fall after-school learning experience, Camp BioPark.

Zoo Education Coordinator Jessica Washburn discusses what the camps will involve. Camp BioPark will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.

There are three remaining sessions that campers can sign up for: September 28 through October 7, October 19 through October 28, and November 2,4,9, and 16. The camps will include a variety of experiences such as talks with zoo keepers, hands-on activities, and watching animal training sessions.

Camps cost $125 for a two-week, four-day session. The BioPark is following COVID-safe practices to ensure the safety of campers, parents, staff, and animals. You can register online for Camp BioPark.

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